Strictly come real estate finance: finding the right dance partner

[Free webinar] Strictly come real estate finance: finding the right dance partner

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  • Huda Ahmed

To find the right funding partner, a broker and a client need to have an agreed business plan together.  A broker should first and foremost establish a short, mid and long term plan. With this mapped out, major decisions can be made on what type of lender the respective deals will be placed with.

In the webinar, we will discuss some key components to consider when planning to partner with a broker or a client. Factors we will cover include:

  • Mindset is everything, this is a partnership and both parties should want the same outcome.
  • Be selective when choosing the right broker. Research and ask questions, the investment in time will pay off.
  • You’ll be representing each other: Don’t let poor judgement in a business partner damage your reputation.

No one has the crystal ball, but as brokers, we have seen mistakes that other borrowers have made and we plan to impart that knowledge during this free webinar.

As with any other services you employ and relationships you make, it’s best to be mindful that who you’re going to be working with has your best interests in mind.  If you fall into any of these following categories, this webinar is for you:

Inexperienced

Don’t make the mistakes that so many make.  You would not have a baker build your house. Why do you think you could navigate the finance market more efficiently than people with years of experience?  The right broker will save you time, money and in many circumstances heartbreak (yes heartbreak! We will explain on the webinar).

Small/Medium-Sized Business

It is less likely brokers are required if you are looking to do one deal in an 18-month cycle. However, if you want to scale your business with access to funds and banks that your network has not allowed you access to, they can propel your business to the next level.

Large Enterprise

If you are experienced and have a finance team that may have stopped exploring the market due to other responsibilities, a broker should come in and rejuvenate that team with fresh perspectives and ideas.

The webinar will be presented by Martyn Pollock and Adrian Cormican. Adrian formed Hallcroft Finance in 2010 with the aim of creating a brokerage founded on strong partnerships and joint ventures. Martyn is a former lawyer, who has founded both retail and property businesses and has extensive experience in funding property transactions.

The webinar takes place Wednesday 30 March 2022 at 13:00 GMTRegistration for the online event can be found here. Users that have registered will receive an email with a link to join the webinar 24 hours before the webinar starts.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact the team: enquiries@hallcroftfinance.co.uk

Author: Huda Ahmed