Short-term loans are used for property development. Often, lenders supervise the project and the development loan is repaid to the lender at the end either through the sale of the project or through refinancing with an investment facility.

It’s important to note that the money is usually released in stages, depending on how the project progresses. The lender makes staged payments based on the pre-agreed intervals. In this way, all the costs of the project are covered.

A development loan is calculated by the lenders as a percentage of the gross development value of the finished project (the GDV), and the lenders’ share of the project costs. Monitoring surveyors should indicate that scheduled works are proceeding according to plan.

There are a variety of standard terms for financing property development. The reason is that each situation is different. Additionally, different development loan lenders provide different offers. Loans are usually available for a period between six and twenty-four months.

In addition, property development finance is usually interest-only, as interest accrues over the whole loan term. It is possible to exit the loan by selling the property.

Developers are concerned about the interest rate associated with this type of financing. In reality, there are many factors involved. Certain lenders provide development financing in a more flexible manner while some are rigid. The developer’s contribution also matters.

In a nutshell – An investor’s interest rate will be more favourable the more they can contribute to the project, and the more experience they have in the domain. It makes sense to collaborate with experts who possess excellent credentials, as well.

Those who choose this type of financing are likely to be builders or developers. Additionally, individuals who intend to build a home from scratch and sell it afterwards may be able to use this type of financing to obtain the needed funds. Homeowners who want to renovate their own can also benefit from this type of arrangement.

Are you looking for reliable funding and support for your refurbishment or build project? We are experts in property lending. From enquiry to completion, we’re here to help. If you are interested in contacting us in regards to our financial packages, you can call us on 020 8175 6977 or email us or use the contact page for more details.

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