A constantly changing political and economic market has made bridging finance a more attractive option when the need to complete a deal is urgent. It’s interesting to note that despite the high street banks tightening the criteria for bridging loans, the market has grown. This is mostly...

According to the Royal Chartered Institute of Surveyors (RICS), demand for residential property continues to decline. The number of homes that have come onto the residential market has increased gradually. This, however, has been credited to the offloading of some buy-to-let properties. Although supply is not significantly out...

The nervousness and volatility surrounding Brexit have become a trending topic for property professionals. As the UK lurches forward toward Brexit D-day, the uncertainty remains. The UK property finance business, rather than freezing up from fear, has taken the approach that “life goes on”. An article in Investment Week recently highlighted how property...

The buy-to-let market has experienced the implementation of significant tax-related changes. The changes have created problems mostly for individual landlords. It has also reduced the introduction of new speculative landlords to the property market. Individuals are now discouraged from developing large property portfolios unless they form a limited company to...

Property development is driven by economic growth. Ironically, property development also drives the economy. Healthy economies are able to sustain this growth. It’s when there are catalytic changes that create uncertainty that property development funding experiences problems. What’s more, some development projects can take years. When...

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