Crazie & Co. Commercial Finance Brokers operate from Southampton UKbut they arrange business financing for SME’s throughout the England and Wales. The owners were in commercial banking and arranged all forms of funding from development finance and commercial mortgages through to invoice discounting and lease purchase finance.
Crazy & Co are not NACFB Members but probably would be if they were a real business.
NOTE – this is a spoof to demonstrate our SEO capabilities however, please carry on reading but by all means skip the next two paragraphs and don’t bother watching the video as it’s only there to show you where you could place your video. Continue reading Introducing Crazie & Co. Commercial Finance Brokers in Southampton, Dorset, UK
The shameful state of Britain’s housing market is revealed in a new poll of attitudes to renting carried out by one of the country’s biggest housebuilders. Continue reading Don’t make renting a home a life sentence, say under 30’s
Big student housing developments are still continuing apace despite finance problems squeezing the rest of the residential property investment market. Continue reading Corporate property investors pump cash in to student housing
In this interview Paul explains how he develops brick and tile UK holiday park homes, sells them for £71,000, returns investors 10% + per annum and provides 10 year, fixed rate, non-status, non-recourse financing subject to a minimum £20,000 cash deposit. This is a long interview so make yourself a coffee before reading it! Continue reading Mark Alexander’s interview with Paul Spriggins – UK Holiday Lets investor/developer
This question was recently asked on a property forum and inspired me to write this post.
A spreadsheet could be written to crunch the numbers and I will explain how I do this further into this post.
Continue reading Sell or hold after completing a refurbishment?
Many of Britain’s leading university cities are running out of accommodation for students, according to a report by a leading property consultant.
Demand far outstrips supply in many cities, says CB Richard Ellis.
The report cites students are clamouring to study at popular universities and colleges – like the Russell Group Universities, in London, Edinburgh and Bath, but they have a lack of choice for halls – and this is likely to remain as older cities lack the space for expanding accommodation. Continue reading University cities are running out of student digs
We speak to many property developers who tell us that they are not doing any new developments now, “because the economy is weak and the margins charged by funders are too high”.
Banks in the commercial and corporate sectors are paying low rates of interest on deposits which are way below the rate of inflation. Inflation remained at 3.1% in August, well above the governments 2% target. Continue reading Don’t Wait……..Develop it Now!! Say our partners specialising in property development finance
In this article I look at the differences between owning property as joint tenants, tenants in common or as individuals. I also explain why portfolio landlords who are married couples should own half the properties each in single names and how to deal with property ownership which is not structured for optimal tax purposes right now. Continue reading Is your property portfolio ownership structure optimised to enable you to pay the minimum amount of CGT, income tax and IHT?
Independent mortgage advisers have thousands more loan products to choose from across the market than direct providers like banks and building societies.
Independents could source mortgages for clients from an August average of 4,545 products – up 19% from a July average of 3,807 – while direct lenders could select from a restricted range of 1,505 loans – up 7% from the 1,401 available in July. Continue reading Brokers break the banks for mortgage choice. PR based report from Trigold Crystal, a software company providing mortgage sourcing software for brokers
Property investors and small businesses are finding problems borrowing as banks and finance institutions have slashed lending by about £13 billion.
The latest annual lending survey by the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) shows about £20 billion a year was available for businesses to borrow in the mid-2000s and this has slipped by around 66% to the current £7 billion a year. Continue reading Don’t bank on the high street lenders to finance your business. The Chief Executive of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers speaks out following a survey of members regarding the true state of the market