Property development finance
Finding finance for your clients' property developments needn't be a challenge. Our expert team of brokers have the knowledge to successfully prepare and place that case for you. We pay great commission too. We can source finance for residential, commercial and mixed use developments - for every stage of the development process. Scroll down to find out more including details of broker commission.
How we can help...
- Access to all specialist lenders
- Negotiating rates & terms
- Application preparation & submission
Some of our lenders
The key to submitting a successful development finance application is knowing which lender is the best fit, how to present the case and what documentation to include. That’s where we come in. Our expert brokers have years of experience in sourcing and negotiating finance from an extensive panel of lenders for residential, commercial and mixed use developments. If you need help placing property development finance deals, talk to us. We can place that case for you.
We can help with
• Projects requiring finance from £500k to in excess of £25m
• Rates from Bank Rate + 4.5%
• Up to 75% of costs
• Interest rolled up or paid monthly
• Residential, commercial and mixed use developments
• New builds
• Conversions and major renovations
To see how we have helped brokers and some of our own clients source property development finance recently please take a look at our case studies.
We do not generally charge any upfront fees to your clients – we leave that to you. Remember throughout this entire process your client remains your client.
We do pay commission, up to 0.75% depending on the lender. We have payment runs twice a month, so you’ll never be kept waiting once a case has fully completed.
What to do next
Contact the Deal Placement Team today on 0845 148 9238 to discuss any pending cases you may have. We'll give you an instant, initial opinion on whether we can help and details of how to proceed.
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