"UK-based bridging provider Reditum Capital is on a mission to shake up bridge financing in a post-Trump and post-Brexit world, Tim Mycock, business development director at Reditum Capital told REFIRE.
As a result, the company will now offer LTVs of up to 80% in the UK (70% elsewhere in Europe) and a reliance on 180 days as opposed to 90 day forced sale valuations."
‘We’re property people at heart who have been developers before, and as a result, we price for risk rather ...
The 2008 financial crash shook the Spanish real estate market, with aftereffects seen both overseas, and over a decade later.
The world financial crash halted the pump of capital into the Spanish economy and as a result, caused a stunt in property developments. With hindsight, it has become obvious that the confidence of overseas and local investors, and lenders, wavered.
However, buyer confidence is finally growing in Spain with a number of foreign nationals looking to move there permanently or to buy a ...
What is a Mezzanine Loan?
One of the key questions posed in property development is: “Exactly what is mezzanine finance?”
To most in the industry, it’s clear – many a deal can only be completed thanks to the existence of mezzanine arrangements, but to those on the outside - or new entrants - it could be misconstrued as a complicated instrument.
But It really is not.
Simply put, mezzanine loans are a financing option that allows developers to spread financial exposure whilst doubling the return ...
Tim Mycock, Business Development Director at Reditum Capital, recently spoke to Bridging and Commercial about the impact of the General Election on lending decisions. Please see the original article here.
As Brits headed to the polls for the third time in three years, the confidence of lenders, investors and developers dealing in the British property market has been tested once again.
Tim Mycock, development director at Reditum Capital believes that the election has been no help to a market that reveres stability.
Only just recovering from the ...
The immediate effects of Brexit on real estate were always going to be predictable. Deals fell through, buildings were withdrawn and house prices froze. Markets hate uncertainty.
Now though, a clearer picture of what Brexit means is beginning to form as Theresa May’s government lays out a plan that is increasingly beginning to look like a ‘Hard Brexit’. Those who feared the UK would leave only in name have been reassured by a zero-tolerance approach to freedom of movement. This will carry ...
If you are investing in property, changes occurring in that area can be a big indication of what sort of return you can expect. Stamp Duty increases, housing shortages and Brexit are all likely to have profound effects on the British housing market this year but by keeping an eye on regeneration plans and new transport links, it is still possible to find great areas to invest in, even in times of political unrest.
We take a look at 5 of the ...
The 28th annual MIPIM event took place this March in Cannes, and we at Reditum Capital were delighted to be present at real estate’s event of the year.
The official programme of events was centred around the ‘New Deal’ on real estate and novel challenges facing both property professionals and the industry alike.
These perceived issues have not only come from technological evolution, but the geopolitical shifts causing tremors within the property sector. Many within the industry have experienced these challenges first hand ...
Tim Mycock, Development Director at Reditum Capital, recently spoke to Bridging and Commercial about the Spanish property market following the financial crisis. Please find the original article here.
Badly shaken in the 2008 financial crisis, nine years on the Spanish property market is still feeling the reverberations from the crash.