We lend money on residential new builds, conversion or refurbishment projects in London and the South East of England.
The residential property market in the South East offers high levels of return on investment making it attractive for both experienced professionals and those new to developing.
Hunter Finance offers residential development finance to cover both land purchase and building costs.
We lend new and experienced property developers the funds they need to start and finish their residential property projects.
We also offer short-term bridging loans for projects to get started or that require additional capital.
Our expert team at Hunter Finance will support you from your application all the way through to completion of your development.
Ask our expert team about residential property loans and mortgages – call 01825 749721.
The best residential property finance for you will depend on your project.
Read our guide to property finance below:
Project: Light refurbishment Apply for bridging loan
Refurbishment projects are generally focused on aesthetics rather than major construction.
Refurbishment usually involves repairing things, decorating rooms and restoring a property to good condition.
Project: Renovation Apply for a property loan
Property renovation or re-modelling is more involved than a refurbishment and includes conversions, structural changes and the addition of extensions.
Renovations could require moving internal walls, replacing plumbing and electrics, adding rooms and external walls.
Larger renovations will involve partial demolition and rebuilding.
Project: Ground-up developments and new builds Apply for property loan
Ground-up developments usually start with either an empty plot of land or buildings that will be demolished to make way for the new build properties.
These are the most intensive projects ranging from single houses and smaller housing projects to large multiple unit housing developments.
If we can help we will say so, if we can’t we will be able to point you in the right direction or suggest alternative financial vehicles.