Development Case Studies
Nigel Bowers, the National BDM for UK Property Finance, with specific responsibilities for Development and Commercial transactions, aims to create long standing relationships with both Development Finance clients and lenders.
“We offer our customers outstanding knowledge and service based upon many years of hands on experience. Our aim is to ensure that our clients are provided with a facility which fully matches their requirements and we support the client from initial concept to final completion & beyond.”
Please see below a number of completed case studies where we have added real value to our Development Finance clients.
The house was purchased for cash and included a detached barn which she wanted to convert into holiday apartments to let out.
Our client had no experience whatsoever of property development and would be classed as ‘Asset Rich But Cash Poor’, so needed 100% of the build cost.
Traditional lenders tend to shy away from development finance so a partly-constructed scheme would be completely off the table when it had financial trouble
A long standing client had significant experience within the buy to let and HMO space came back to us with their third commercial mortgage application.
UK Property Finance has seen a rise in interest across the HMO (House of Multiple Occupancy) segment due to the yield attractiveness for property investors.
UK Property Finances client husband and wife team (66 and 61) who have successfully run their cake shop for the last 25 years seeking to refinance and raise capital.
Our client a pizza delivery business that had only been trading for 18 months had the opportunity to purchase the freehold of their property they called us to discuss.
We were approached by a first-time developer seeking finance to convert a former mill premises into student pods.
We were introduced to an experienced property developer who had an unusual proposal which required funding.
We were approached by a client looking for funding for a newbuild commercial development of 15 small industrial units.