A married couple, both experienced landlords and property developers contacted their broker looking to remortgage four of their buy to lets in the South of England.
They wanted to use the capital raised from the refinance to repay their existing lender and fund another development project, which was yet to be determined.
The couple’s broker was finding it difficult to place the case himself because the clients:
- Wanted one loan to cover all four properties
- Needed a 10 year interest only term
- Were looking to raise capital without having any idea
of what their next development project would be
- The borrowing vehicle is a trading limited company (not SPV)
- Limited company borrowing vehicle had a missed payment
marked on its credit profile
- The properties are all deemed complex – a mixture of
multi-units and flats above commercial premises
With direct access to the specialist lenders we knew we would be able to help as long as we put together a compelling proposal in the right format. We worked with the broker to assemble all the necessary documentation which demonstrated the clients’ extensive experience and showed that the missed payment had been rectified.
We then submitted the application with the most suitable lender and after a little bit of negotiation the following terms were offered:
Combined property value: £3.67m
Loan amount: £2.3m
Rate: 3.40% discounted for 2 years
Term: 10 years interest only
Borrower: Trading limited company
Lender arrangement fee: 2% (£46,000 added to loan)
Mortgage payment: £6,516 pcm
Rental income: £12,292 pcm (£147,504 pa)
Gross yield: 7.6% pa
Broker proc fee: 0.5% (£11,500)
Consultant: Charlie Potter, 01732 471648
This is just one example of how we have helped secure finance for a client, if you have a similar scenario or something you'd like us to look at please get in contact with us on 0345 345 6788 or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
19th January 2017