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Our client is a self-employed property developer and Director of three companies. The client was looking to remortgage two of their high value buy to let properties and wanted to use the funds in two ways. Firstly to repay the existing lender and secondly to raise capital to further invest in their property development business.
A number of lenders were approached to lend the funds at 70%+ LTV. However, the majority felt that that the properties were valued too highly for the area. Complication was added as the buy to let properties were held in a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) structure, which is a parent company used to isolate assets to provide additional security in the event of bankruptcy.
The specialist adviser team at largemortgageloans.com approached a private bank with whom the client already had a relationship. We leveraged this relationship and negotiated a bespoke solution, tailored to the client’s needs, which also provided the necessary security for the finance house. With the funding secured, our client is able to continue to fuel the growth of his property development company.
|Rate:||3.29% 5 year fixed rate|
|Loan purpose:||Remortgage of 2 properties / Capital raise |
|Lender’s arrangement fee:||1% of loan amount|
|Early repayment charge:||10% of the outstanding loan amount repaid early, for 5 years|
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