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Property Development Finance

Buy to let mortgages. Commercial mortgages. Property development finance. Short term & bridging loans. Residential mortgages. Whatever your funding needs let our expert, award-winning mortgage brokers will find the right property finance for you.

Helping property developers get the right finance

We have funding solutions for new build projects, redevelopments, major renovation works or just general refurbishments. We can help with residential, commercial and mixed use developments.

Property development finance explained

Key features

  • Rates from 6%
  • Loans from £50k - £25m+
  • Up to 70% of costs
  • Interest rolled up or paid monthly

Some of our lenders

  • Secure Trust
  • LLoyds Bank
  • Natwest
  • Dragonfly
  • Aldermore Bank PLC
ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

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Property development finance: News and insight

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  • The Landlord’s New Year Resolution: Remortgage Now!

    As a New Year dawns, most of us have taken a sigh of relief that we have managed a relatively ‘normal’ Christmas. For landlords, a new year usually brings forward some type of new change, challenge or opportunity, and many of our clients take this period to review their investments and plan for the year ahead.

  • Bank of England Increase Base Rate

    Earlier today, the Bank of England increased Base Rate for the first time in three years, reaching its highest point since the pandemic. Read on to find out how this impacts mortgage borrowers now and going forward.

  • UK House Price Index: Average house price growth slows.

    With one in 16 privately owned homes changing hands this year, is the house price bubble about to burst? We take a look at Zoopla’s latest House Price Index Report and summarise the latest property market data and the projected market for 2022.

  • Average Mortgage Fixed Rates Rise

    New data reveals that the average two and five-year fixed rates rose to the highest level for four months. What does this mean for the broader mortgage market and, more importantly, property investors in the UK?

NB: ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

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