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Category: Bridging

The latest RICS Construction Survey suggested that activity across the sector as whole dipped in Q2, said Capital Economics. Encouragingly, however, the slump in public…

The quarterly report, which canvasses the views of more than 2,300 UK firms, shows that business confidence is now at its highest level since 2007,…

In recent years Mayfair has become an alternative to the City for various banks and hedge funds to set up their offices, and now Masthaven…

Second-charge mortgage providers repossessed 211 properties in the second quarter of 2010, which is a reflection of the longer-term approach lenders are taking to helping…

The changes are across a number of bridging product areas and allow investors, landlords and property developers greater flexibility and access to enhanced borrowing requirements.…

With over 12,000 (12,050) insolvencies, this is nearly double that of the second most affected sector – construction, at 7,184. Wholesale and retail are third…

Drawbridge, the specialist short and medium-term finance firm, approved the deal two hours after underwriting it despite the case having been turned down by a…

Commenting, Kelvin Davidson, property economist at Capital Economics, said: “The latest Colliers/Real Estate Capital (REC) survey suggested that rental and capital values will be largely…

The scheme is only available via a limited number of distributors. It comprises a six month bridging loan up to 75% of the open market…

The Cheval Club gives intermediaries an exclusive first-charge interest rate of 1.25% per month and an additional procuration fee per completion of £150 paid by…