Property Finance and Real Estate Loans

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  1. Buy-to-Let Mortgages

    When is a buy-to-let mortgage the best option? Are there any restrictions with this type of mortgage? Do you have to have a higher level of deposit then a standard mortgage to buy your investment property? Discuss the pros and cons of buy-to-let mortgages here.
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  2. Bridge Loans

    Bridging Loans can be a great resource for property investors, acting as a short-term funding option. Bridging Loans can also be helpful when buying properties at auction. Bear in mind that they can be a very expensive option though. Have you ever used a Bridging Loan and would you advise other property investors to take advantage of this type of lending?
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  3. Commercial Property Finance

    There are many different types of Commercial Property Finance including Commercial Mortgages, Property Development Finance, Portfolio Finance and Mezzanine Finance. Discuss which type of funding might be best suited to your particular real estate investment project here.
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  4. JV Property Financing

    How should you structure a Joint Venture property investment deal to overcome private investors objections and reduce their risk? You need to ensure your JV deal is low risk, offers enough collateral to attract a JV partner and boasts attractive returns. What are you experiences of using Joint Venture Property Financing?
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  5. Peer to Peer Lending / Crowdfunding

    Property Crowdfunding websites are making it cheaper than ever to become a property investor, but what are the risks involved? It certainly gives investors more options to buy into the real estate market and also gives developers an alternative source of funding, but should you be concerned about the lack of personal control over your property investment? Share your thoughts with other members here.
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  6. Property Debt Advice

    Is your property investment in negative equity? Are you struggling to tenant your investment property which is creating debt? If you are facing any problems with property debt, this is the forum for you.
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