A farm mortgage is a particular kind of agricultural mortgage, aimed specifically at farmers, used to finance the purchasing of a farm, a farm building or a farming enterprise of some kind. A farm mortgage can also fund improvements or extensions to existing farm properties or associated land.
What purpose might be appropriate for a farm mortgage?
Because farming has come under intense pressure financially, due to progressive UK and European farming legislation and the cost pressures driven by the buying power of large supermarket chains, many farmers have looked at diversification as a way to maintain profitability. As a result, Farm mortgages for all types of diversification have become more and more popular, subject to meeting criteria
A farm mortgage can also be arranged to consolidate an existing loan or mortgage, or maybe buy out a relative or partner about to retire, in order to attain a more favourable financing structure.
Farm and Country Finance provide specialist farm & agricultural finance for farmers seeking a farm mortgage. We arrange farming mortgages for farmers and agricultural businesses of all sizes and income ranges within the farming industry.
We fully understand that rural finance, farm mortgages & agricultural loans do not always fit easily with conventional high street banks lending houses. Our hands on approach and lengthy experience in dealing with all aspects of farm mortgages will ensure you get the best possible outcome. We can’t promise to get you a mortgage….but we will do our utmost to explore every opportunity on your behalf.
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Important info: The explanations contained in this article are the most commonly understood and are only a brief summary. Various Lenders can impose different meanings and apply various conditions.
- Think carefully before securing other debts against your property. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
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