Infographic: Development Loans
- Development loans are issued to cover the costs of developing or renovating a property.
- The loan provider will advance a certain percentage of the Gross Development Value of a property – a rough calculation of how much the property will be worth once development has finished.
- The only essential requirements for obtaining a development loan are a knowledge of the development process, the necessary planning permissions, and an exit strategy for when the work is finished – selling or refinancing, for example.
- Unlike other forms of property finance like commercial mortgages, development loans are short-term, typically lasting up to twelve months.
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