Wavecrest Capital

No Bridge Too Far!

Posted by Wavecrest Capital on  26th February 2021
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NO BRIDGE TOO FAR! FOR WHATEVER YOU WANT TO DEVELOP LIGHT OR HEAVY RESIDENTIAL REFURBISHMENTS COMMERCIAL TO RESIDENTIAL RETAIL TO RESIDENTIAL OFFICES INTO FLATS PUBS INTO HOMES HOUSES TO HMOS BRIDGING FINANCE ENABLING YOU TO CONVERT YOUR IDEAS AND AMBITION INTO REALITY Contact Us Call us on 01202 779 147 or 07788 975 356 for more information and advice on our bridging finance options.
Wavecrest Capital Property

Is it time to allow tenants to keep pets?

Posted by Wavecrest Capital on  30th January 2021
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This is a time of year when many people consider buying a pet as a present but for the millions of people in the private rented sector), this is not an option. Many landlords oppose the idea of allowing tenants to have pets as they fear their property will be damaged, may develop an unpleasant odour, and will decline in value. But this view is now being challenged and the issue of allowing tenants to
The problems that businesses are having to endure because of the pandemic are diverse and many, but a CBILS loan can definitely provide both a short or long term solution to those below Are you suffering loss of revenue and cash flow issues brought on by Covid-19 crisis? Are you coping at present, but would feel more relaxed with a safety net of CBILS funds in your bank account as a reserve? Was your original
Alternative Lender

The Rise and Rise of the Alternative Lender

Posted by Wavecrest Capital on  10th November 2020
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Banks’ credit criteria continue to get even tighter, with increased regulations and more boxes they want to tick restricting their lending capabilities. Although they have liquidity, they don’t have much appetite to lend. Hence the near ‘lockdown on lending’ during the pandemic, with most banks focusing on serving existing loan books. COMPARE this with the alternative lending market, which was born out of the global financial crisis, when the heavy regulatory changes imposed on banks