Blog tagged as property development

How Can You Maximize Your Investment Property Returns? 
Whether you are new to Buy-to-Let Private Rental Sector or a seasoned professional landlord, Fund manager or Private Equity Asset Manager maximizing returns on your investment property or portfolio will be one of your main ongoing objectives or responsibilities.
Team GIC
09/05/2020 15:37 - Comment(s)
No Nonsense Property Offers to Purchase. Do not act like you are buying fruits at your Sunday farmers market... 
We don't believe in the popularly advised so called negotiation tactics, "knowing how to talk down a price is an integral part of the profession." A lot of time is wasted with these so called tactics and ultimately focus on other profitable use of professional investors limited time is mis-directed.
Team GIC
08/05/2020 06:05 - Comment(s)
Why consider a bridging loan to fund your property development?
Savvy property developers know that the best time to buy land or develop property is… yesterday. With that in mind, many professional developers in the industry are looking for a fast, flexible loan that allows them to invest in a property quickly.
Team GIC
25/07/2018 07:25 - Comment(s)
How to find property development projects that are suitable for equity funding
If you’re a property developer that’s keen to take advantage of our equity funding option, you’ll need to pick out the right project to be accepted.
Team GIC
19/07/2018 07:32 - Comment(s)
What Does the Housing Crisis Mean for Property Developers?
The housing crisis is one of the biggest issues facing the country right now. Councils across the UK are struggling to find enough affordable housing for those that need it, the government is trying to come up with solutions and, all the while, housing stock is becoming harder to procure.
Team GIC
27/06/2018 07:55 - Comment(s)
Backing Property Developers Crucial for Solving Housing Crisis
The housing crisis is putting pressure on young families and while the issue was addressed in Philip Hammond’s budget, the government still isn’t going far enough.
Team GIC
22/11/2017 18:52 - Comment(s)

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