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Property Development Finance

The property development sector is undergoing a significant period of change dealing with the fall-out from the pandemic, Brexit and new legislations that have created a more unpredictable marketplace than we have been used to.

However, when it comes to property development finance, our experienced team at Vincent Burch Mortgage Services can ease any uncertainty. We’re a reliable, trustworthy partner for thousands of independent developers and can help secure you the right finance deal for your business.

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Whether you’re looking for finance for land or a building purchase, property conversion or refurbishment, our advisers will work closely with you to understand your specific needs. Together we’ll develop a robust, tailored application that will include all the information that development finance lenders require, for example:

  • Location of development
  • Assets offered as security
  • Project Feasibility
  • Expected timescale
  • Breakdown of costs
  • End value of the project
  • Planning permission and experience

The interest rates offered for property developer finance are specific to each application so getting it right the first time is key to securing the most favourable deal.

Developing our Relationship

As property development finance brokers, we know that getting the right finance in place is crucial to the success of your business. We’ve been helping to grow portfolios for over 20 years and can access a wide choice of lenders and competitive rates from across the whole market with a personal service, at no extra cost.

We’ll find the best property development finance rates available for your project, call 01603 340644 or email [email protected]

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