Private Mortgages Australia can assist with townhouse development projectsThe Borrower has a background in property development and has completed several residential developments in Queensland. The Borrower was looking for funding to purchase a site for a townhouse development which would consist of 12 three-storey townhouses in the Brisbane suburb of The Gap. The site was valued at $900,000. The Development Approval was not yet issued by council.

The Borrower was unable to secure bank finance because the bank was requesting 50% presales for another project at St Lucia. The Borrower only required one more sale for the St Lucia project to make 50% presales and believed this sale would take place within two months, however settlement for the site of the townhouse development was inside this timeframe.

Private Mortgages Australia was able to lend $540,000 at a 60% LVR with an interest rate of 13% per annum. The loan has capitalised interest for three months plus extensions. PMA settled the loan in eight business days from the date of acceptance of the Indicative Letter of Offer.

The Borrower intends to refinance with their usual bank once presales have been achieved for the St Lucia project.

The Borrower was so impressed with their experience working with PMA that they have now requested a quote on the Senior Construction Facility.

 

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“PMA were very detailed in requesting information from us in the first instance which was annoying but in the end gave me the security in knowing all was in order and I was given a full understanding of my obligation. Importantly they had the flexibility to change conditions to suit our particular circumstances even right at the end of the process. I would recommend them.”

Paul Pitman – Pitman Properties 

 

“My dealings with PMA, on behalf of my client, were handled in a very competent and professional manner. From loan application to settlement we were at all times kept informed, which allied any client concerns. Professional, efficient service concluding in timely settlement.”

Peter McAuley – Mortgage Broker, Austral Mortgage