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DEVELOPMENT FINANCE FOR FARMS

Development-Finance-For-Farms

Clifton private finance

WE SPECIALISE IN PROVIDING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE FOR FARMS

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 finance for farms

Development Finance

If you own a farm and you wish to refurbish some of your property or develop some new property, then you may need some development finance. There are a number of ways that you can access development finance, and we can help you every step of the way.

Bridging Development Finance

A bridging loan is a loan designed for short-term usage and can provide a substantial amount of finance in a small timeframe.

Bridging loans often come with the option to “roll-up” interest to pay at the end of the term of finance. This could enable you to direct the entire loan to your development and avoid monthly interest payments.

Typically, bridging loan lenders will require you to have an exit plan in place. An exit plan is the method you intend to use to repay the loan. An example of the exit plan could be to use the proceeds from the sale of your recently developed property to repay the loan.

Development Finance

It is possible to access up to 100% development finance. There are some lenders that are prepared to provide the entire cost of the purchase and development of a property. This may be an extremely attractive prospect, as it could remove the need for an investment of your own capital.

Lenders who offer up to 100% development finance will only offer full development finance to those with experience in development; they will ask for evidence of successful past projects and review your property portfolio.

If you do not have any experience in developing property, you may still be able to secure a substantial amount of development finance through a broker.

Clifton Private Finance

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