Updated: Jul 10, 2020
At Adelpha Property Finance we are able to fund new and inexperienced developers.
One of the biggest challenges facing new and inexperienced property developers is accessing enough funding for their project. At Adelpha Property Finance we provide a flexible finance facility up to 65% of the Gross Development Value (GDV) to developements throughout England and Wales developed by both new and inexperienced developers. We see taking the hassle out of finance for developers and enabling them to focus on their project as key step in building a long-term relationship.
Having a lower to value (LTV), as an inexperienced developer, can help in gaining funding. Also, if you have little or no experience, it helps to have the support of appropriate professionals such as using a qualified architect, quantity surveyor or a project manager. Using a fixed price contract, where the builder will build for a fixed cost even if unexpected costs arise, not only makes the project more attractive to a lend against, but also gives you peace of mind about the build costs.
To help us understand your project, we will want to know more about you with a specific focus on your building background and any other experiences that support you as a developer.
The kind of details helpful to best understand the project and assess the right funding options include:
Purchase price and/or current value of property
Planning permission including any Section 106 or planning restrictions
A breakdown of the construction costs
Expected completed value of the project
Level of contingency funds available
Time scales of the project
We provide ourselves on being able to quickly arrange your development finance in days not weeks and months. If we cannot fund your development directly we do have a network of specialist funders we work with to help meet your funding needs.
Please speak to us on 02071128123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information on development financing options or have a specific case to discuss.