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Development Finance – Exiting a Development

Development Finance has been a growing trend in the Commercial Property market over the past few years. As a result, there are currently many developers with finance that is due to expire in the next three to 6 months. With … Read More

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Tax Bill Funding

Tax bill funding may be something you never thought about before, possibly because many people do not know it even exists. For those in the know, however, it has been a quietly growing way of meeting that tax bill that … Read More

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Luxury Car Finance – How to release equity from your luxury car

The luxury car market has achieved phenomenal growth in value during recent years, so whether it be a modern or a classic, now might be the time to release some of the equity currently tied up in your vehicle. We … Read More

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Focus on: Ex-pat Buy to Let with Castle Trust

Buying investment property in the UK has become a more achievable goal for many ex-pats in the 18 months since the EU Referendum, as a weakened pound has increased the buying power for those who are remunerated in other currencies. … Read More

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Releasing capital for business investment

Entrepreneurs and business owners can access a source of low cost working capital by tapping into the equity in their homes. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is the regulator of the mortgage market in the UK and, through its Mortgage … Read More

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Guide to Mezzanine Finance

Traditionally, the source of borrowing for development finance has been high street banks, with loans often limited to around 50% or 60% of the gross development value (GDV). This is known as senior debt and the approach tends to be … Read More

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The visible appeal of property development

FTAdviser, 20/09/2017 – Read here

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Market Update from Matthew Yassin

As the autumn draws in, the final months of the year pose an interesting conundrum for the mortgage market. With the rates staying low and momentum being occasional the lenders are in the mood for offering some very interesting gearing … Read More

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As house prices slow and tax hikes bite, is buy-to-let still worth doing?

There has been so much talk about landlords and the Buy to Let market in recent months, with a stunning array of changes for landlords to get their head round; from tax relief changes, additional stamp duty and now mortgage … Read More

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Coreco’s Landlord Guide

Every Landlord Needs To Know Further Changes Are Coming If you are a Buy to Let Landlord, then you are entitled to feel as if you have been hit from every angle by a litany of regulatory and tax changes … Read More

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