We are a leading provider of impartial mortgage advice in London and the South East. We specialise in large mortgage loans for residential property, buy to let property, residential developments and commercial property. In addition to high street lenders, we have comprehensive links with private banks, boutique lenders and offshore banks. All of these lenders have an appetite for larger, more complex mortgages. Working with these financial institutions we are dedicated to finding our clients the best possible mortgage interest rates available and a product that is most suited to their needs.

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To discuss your mortgage requirements with one of our fully qualified professional advisers, please call us now

0203 432 1423

Summit Capital Mortgages LLP
Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton Street
London, EC2N 2AT

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Offshore Finance

Summit Capital Mortgages are specialists in providing advice for offshore mortgages. Whether you are an expat or a Non-UK citizen buying in the UK, we are able to help with residential and investment purchases.

We can help you purchase the property in the most tax efficient way through the likes of property trust and offshore Ltd companies. We have experience with these purchases being made in countries or states such as: Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Island & Mauritius. In addition to sterling mortgages, we can also arrange funding in all major currencies for the more sophisticated property investor.

To learn more about these products, simply call one of our consultants on 0203 432 1423 or click here for more contact options.

Not all the products mentioned above are regulated by the Financial Services Authority and the protection usually afforded is not always available. The firm recommends customers seek specialist tax and trust advice where appropriate from your independent adviser. Changes in the Exchange Rate may increase the Sterling equivalent of your debt.