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Flexible funders?

  • Martyn Pollock
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Does your capital stack include mezzanine funding?  Do you have investors with an IRR target return?  Would earlier repayment of higher cost finance improve your own profit return?  Do you need capital for your next project or for working capital? Experienced, confident and flexible development lenders will often allow funds to be released from sales…

Warning: low barriers to entry ahead!

  • Martyn Pollock
  • Property
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It goes without saying that, at times, the property finance brokerage market gets a bad name. Scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find an intermediary taking an inflated fee on a deal where it wasn’t merited or a lazy broker pushing a client to a lender and not providing the necessary support. It saddens us…

Collaboration : Definition The action of working together to achieve something….

  • Martyn Pollock
  • Property
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Collaboration is front and centre to our entire business operation, and something we promote and discuss on a daily basis – the power of the collective. Continually investing in our network, prioritising adding value to our peers and clients through our channels of communication, we are now able to see the success from collaborating with…

Why now, why this, why Hallcroft?

  • Adrian Cormican
  • Newsletter
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  Hallcroft director Adrian Cormican gets to the heart of why this newsletter landed in your inbox and gives an insight into what makes Hallcroft Advisory tick. Why #1 – why now? I may as well let you know, we planned to start sending these newsletters earlier this year.  However, as with so many things…

Don’t sweat the small stuff or is it the large stuff….?

  • Martyn Pollock
  • Blog
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A few weeks ago I had the great pleasure to be invited to talk to @NicoleBremner on her podcast. The purpose of this post is to talk about a lesson I took away from the day that was most unexpected, and one that I have put into play already in my life. All in all…