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Now you can!

It's easy when you know what to ask! Read on below or watch our handy video to find more.

As the official specialist finance partner for Connells Group, you can now offer a wider range of solutions for your customers including commercial mortgages, commercial finance, bridging finance and second charge mortgages.

We want to help you spot opportunities and recognise when Brightstar are able to assist you and your customers, so let’s start with commercial mortgages:


Expand your offering by simply asking your self-employed clients the following questions:

  • Do you own your business premises? Whether they own or rent, commercial mortgages are available for trading business to purchase or refinance their premises.
  • Are you tired or rising commercial rent costs? You could surprise your client with the news that purchasing their business premises could be less per month than the rent or lease amount.
  • And here’s a quick one for property investors: Are you looking to diversify your portfolio to include commercial property? We can help fund commercial or mixed-use properties for rental return or capital gain.


It’s a win-win for both you and your clients. By taking a holistic approach, you’ll no doubt enjoy greater client retention and an increase in referrals. And on top of that, it’s incremental income that you’re currently missing out on.

Our experts have lots of easy tips like this to help grow your business. Call us on 01277 575 317 or complete the form to start referring business today.


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