The funding will support the acquisition of a site on Legge Lane and the subsequent development of 100 one and two-bedroom apartments.
When asked about the need for a qualification, similar to CeMAP, for the specialist finance market an expert panel was split on whether such a need actually exists. The panel consisted of Gavin Diamond of United Trust Bank, Roz Cawood from Hope Capital, Chris Waind of Central/Mercantile Trust, Adrian Moloney from One Savings Bank and […]
As we know, high street lenders are all about processing volume. But in bridging it’s much more about the individual customer, where they are going, where the loan is going to get them.
Despite fears at the outset of the pandemic, the UK economy and housing market have shown a recovery more remarkable than many anticipated.
Islamic fintechs are using the same underpinnings of lean business models and enabling technology, but with one greater value add - that is, Shariah compliance and the ethical nature of the Islamic fintech.
It’s been a turbulent time for most industries since COVID-19 shook our world in 2020, with shockwaves still emanating through our lives.
The sight of boarded up commercial buildings across towns and villages, often grand beautiful Victorian-era industrial relics in the North of the UK, is a blight on the landscape.
With a raft of factors affecting smooth running of developments at present, it would be prudent for brokers and advisers to encourage investors and developers to build in a higher contingency.
Economic uncertainty led to unusual caution from mainstream lenders, with analysis revealing a sharp reduction in the availability of basic mortgage products.
The pandemic has dented some of the allure of the capital, sure, but it hasn’t removed it entirely.