Securing financing for your property development – whether you’re looking to restore and sell, or are buying a long-term rental property – can feel like jumping through endless hoops.
Property auctions have long been seen as a great place to pick up a great investment.
The majority of property developers will need access to some kind of finance to help them either take their first step into the market or to expand their property portfolio. And fortunately there are enough options available to suit most people’s needs.
Even for smaller property developers, having new projects in the pipeline is important. Property markets don’t stand still and neither should you. Just because you bought in a good area last time, doesn’t mean the same place will work again.
Imagine the scenario...
You’ve been considering getting into the buy-to-let market for a while, browsing the various websites looking at what’s for sale.
After a couple of weeks, you’ll know the local market pretty well but won’t necessarily have seen anything that would make you take the step...
The UK residential market is a big place full of reports, expert opinions and endless studies. Finding your way through these facts and figures can be tough.
You can’t just stick a solar panel on a property and call it an eco-home. You’re going to need to boost your green-credentials more than that if you want to be a carbon-friendly property developer.
The London real estate market can be a surprising place at times, with people paying hundreds of thousands of pounds for garages and homes that are no more than cupboards.
Developing a property brings with it a certain satisfaction, as you revive a neglected building back to life. Done right, it can also bring financial rewards in both the short or long term...
Check out this infographic from vinbrantdoors.co.uk. If you're moving house, maybe this will help!