Specialist

Expat mortgage for property in Scotland

For Buying & Refinancing Property In The UK

Expat mortgage for property in Scotland

Clifton private finance

We can help source mortgage finance for expats and foreign nationals looking to purchase or refinance property in Scotland.

We are experts in helping UK expats, non-domiciles and foreign nationals secure mortgage & short term finance on property in Scotland.
Through our connections, we can source finance from UK banks who offer bespoke mortgages & shorter-term finance products designed specifically for internationally-based clients with Scottish property, which often offer attractive interest rates and flexible loan terms.
  • We can source residential and investment property finance from £150,000 to £25m
  • Market-leading interest rates
  • Terms from 3 months to 30 years
  • Interest-only and interest roll-up options (no monthly payments)
  • Pre-approval terms within 24 hours
  • Solutions for complex income
  • Mortgage finance for those working in the UK but paid in a foreign currency
  • Property finance solutions for UK nationals working abroad with families remaining in the UK
  • If you have assets that you would like to be leveraged as part of the transaction such as your investment portfolio, other property or pensions; our team can look at leveraging these assets to negotiate more flexible lending criteria and more favourable interest rates, to help you get the best deal
  • We have strong relationships with UK and international banks including private banks and specialist lenders, family offices and wealth managers
Through our market knowledge, we can deliver bespoke solutions based on your situation.  
Call us on +44 203 900 4322 to discuss your requirements.
Or book a telephone consultation for a date and time that works for you:

 

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Short Term Finance from Private Bank Secures £1.6m Colchester Home at Low Interest Rate
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Capital Raised
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Capital Raised
£1.4m
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Director's Loan Used as Deposit for Large Self Employed Mortgage
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Capital Raised
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£1.29m
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Area
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Capital Raised
£2.85m
Residential mortgage for £20m Surrey home owned via overseas company with complex self employed income
Residential mortgage for £20m Surrey home owned via overseas company with complex self employed income
Area
Surrey
Capital Raised
£13m

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Expat mortgage for property in Scotland

Specialist international mortgage service:

Our service provides expert help to internationally based clients who might have complex income arrangements. 
Call us today to discuss your requirements on +44 203 900 4322
Or book a telephone consultation for a date and time that works for you:

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