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Development exit finance for farmers

Development-Exit-Finance-For-Farmers

Clifton private finance

WE SPECIALISE IN PROVIDING DEVELOPMENT EXIT FINANCE FOR FARMERS

We provide farmers access to finance to diversify, sustain, grow and improve their businesses.
    • From £100,000 to £10 million
    • Typical duration of 1 to 7 years
    • Maximum LTV of 65%
    • No early redemption penalties
    • Secured on farmland and agricultural property
    • No age limits
Finance to help you take advantage of short notice opportunities to purchase land or property
Recovery & restructure finance to help you when financial pressures are acute
Finance for renewable energy projects to maximise income on your farm
Generational transfer finance – helping you to realise capital and pass on your farm to the next generatio
Call us on 0117 313 7705 to discuss your requirements.
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Development Exit Finance For Farmers

What Is Development Exit Finance

Carrying out developments on your farm can help maximise the potential of your farmland or even open up options to diversify your income, such as converting a farm building into a holiday let.

Developing your farmland may require a significant amount of development finance. One of the main issues farmers face when looking to carry out developments on their farm is securing the right finance.

If you have secured development finance, you may still want to keep active on the financial services market. It is important to stay vigilant and continually compare interest rates on property development loans to secure the best deal on the market.

Development exit finance could allow you to switch to a lower cost loan in the middle of your term of finance, which could save you money and maximise your profit opportunity.

When Can I Use Development Exit Finance

If you already have development finance in place with a lender, but you are close to the end of your term of finance, you may face penalty charges if you cannot repay the loan in time. Development exit finance could help you avoid unnecessary charges on your development finance, as  it may provide the funding required to repay your existing loan and avoid incurring potentially high penalty charges.

Development exit finance also allows you to find a more suitable financial solution for your project with a lower interest rate, which could ultimately decrease the overall cost of the entire development.

Unless you have an in-depth knowledge of the financial services market, you may need a broker to assist you with your development exit finance requirements.

Clifton Private Finance

If you need development exit finance for your farm, then contact us 0117 313 7705 on or complete our callback form above.
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