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Where We Operate

Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex

Why do we operate in South East and London?

We restrict the area in which we are prepared to lend because all loans are based on GDV (value of a new property on completion).

We can provide an expert knowledge and have carried out extensive research of the South East property market, so this is where we specify.

Our designated area consists of: Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex. We have a solid reputation as trusted lenders in these areas.

Our lending area enables us to know more about the local market and get a decision maker to you. To find out about our lending process in the South East, click here.

If your property development, land purchase or residential development is sited in the South East, get in touch with us today to see how we can provide the financial backing you need.

Where we supply finance for building projects and developments

View our Case Studies to find out more about the areas in which we have already provided development finance, including; Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, London and Hertfordshire among others.

Interested in property finance for your next project? Call 01825 749721 to find out how Hunter Finance can assist you.

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Property Developments funded by Hunter Finance by location


Arundel | BognorChichester |  Bosham | Wittering | Eastbourne


SouthamptonWickham | Basingstoke




Hemel Hempstead


Addlestone | Ashtead | Camberley | Chertsey | Cobham | Coulsdon | Cranleigh | Dorking | Egham | Epsom | Esher | Farnham | Frimley | Guildford | Haslemere | Morden | Oxted | Purley | Redhill | Reigate | Selsdon | Staines | Surbiton | Sutton | Weybridge | Woking









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