The client wanted to purchase his new main residence for £2.3m and borrow £1.6m. The client was self employed with only one year’s trading, although income for the first year was high at £590k. The issue from a lending perspective was the lack of track record of earnings, therefore concerns regarding sustainability of income caused a challenge for most lenders.
Using our extensive range of private bank contacts we were able to secure the £1.6 million lending for the client by introducing him to a private bank that was prepared to take a view regarding the clients trading history and accepted only one year’s accounts.
The private bank was happy to lend as the credit proposal highlighted that the client had signed a significant contract which would mean sustainability of income. This was one of the main challenges as there were only one year’s accounts available to demonstrate affordability to service the loan.
|Loan amount:||£1.6 million (70% LTV on property value of £2.3 million)|
|Rate:||Margin of 2.89% + BBR = 3.39%|
|APR:||Overall cost for comparison 4% APR representative variable|
|Loan purpose:||Residential Purchase|
|Lender’s arrangement fee:||0.5% of loan amount|
|Early repayment charges:||2% of loan amount|
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Overall cost for comparison 4% APR representative variable based on 25 years at 3.39%, lender’s arrangement fees of 0.5% x £1.6 million (£8,000), legal and valuation fees of £10,000. The actual rate available will depend on your circumstances. Ask for a personalised illustration.
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