For several years now I have acted as many experienced property investors’ “go-to broker” for complex investment funding such as:
- limited company ownership structures (trading and non-trading)
- funding for conversion projects
- new-build/self-build enquiries
- funding for HMO’s (Houses in Multiple Occupation)
- semi-commercial/full commercial use.
Additionally, I’ve also been able to arrange finance for business leveraged buy outs, foreign investors looking to invest in the UK property market as well as ex-pat clients now living outside of the UK who are looking to refinance existing assets or new acquisitions.
Presenting at Industry Seminars
My level of experience in the property finance industry has enabled me to regularly present at monthly property seminars all over the UK:
The topics covered at these meetings range from regulatory changes in the industry such as PRA (Prudential Regulation Authority) covering portfolio landlords, to the best way for a Client to purchase a property where it is their intention to convert that property to a HMO using bridging finance initially before refinancing onto a mortgage product.
On average up to 100 investors with varying levels of experience attend, all looking for advice in different areas of property investment. Some don’t own any form of property (residential or investment), and many own their own home as well as several different types of investment property.
The finance requirements can often be quite diverse depending on the type of deal the Client is currently considering, from a standard buy-to-let mortgage to a bridging/development loan with a commercial finance exit requirement. I can help whatever the scenario due to my experience.
I find attending property seminars to be an excellent way of ensuring my knowledge base is kept up to date with any changes in the property finance markets, which can only be of benefit to both current and future Clients.
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