TAB completed a £1.32m first charge bridging loan for a repeat borrower of TAB. The loan is secured against a recently refurbished three bedroom apartmentwith communal gardens in South Kensington.
TAB is providing a loan of £8,292,766 for the construction of an 80 bed care home in the North West of England, secured by a first charge against two land sites with full planning permission. The loan term is 19 months, and the loan-to-gross development value (LTGDV) is 55.6%. The borrower is an experienced healthcare provider and property developer specialising in care homes, who owns a limited company within an offshore trust. Although the offshore ownership structure made the deal complex, TAB was reassured by the borrower's track record of successfully completing similar projects.
This case study involves an experienced care home operator who required £1,717,000 to purchase a two storey detached building specifically designed for those living with dementia. The property comprises a 43 bedroom working care home. The loan consisted of a first charge commercial bridging loan and to release equity and further assist with the purchase of the care home, the borrower secured a second charge bridging loan on a five-bedroom detached house.
TAB completed a £4,600,000 loan secured against a mixed use property containing 79 flats and 33 commercial units. This was a unique deal as the loan was secured as a 2nd charge on a part-built development.
TAB completed a £4,389,959 development finance loan against a detached house with planning permission to demolish the existing building and develop nine houses. £1.3m from the total loan was used to purchase the land, with the remaining to be used to develop the property.
TAB completed a £3,465,000 1st charge commercial loan against a commercial property located in Newcastle City Centre. The property is arranged over six floors and comprises a purpose built department store constructed behind a period, listed facade.
TAB completed a £4,000,000 1st charge bridging finance loan against a 36 bedroom hotel in Liverpool. The property, formally a working warehouse converted and extended in 2020/1, is under construction to add a further 20 bedrooms.
TAB completed a first charge commercial loan of £1,120,000 secured against a medical center in Leytonstone, East London. The property is comprised of a ground floor and mezzanine level commercial unit, with nearby retail shops such as Argos and Costa Coffee.
TAB is pleased to confirm that we have completed a £5,520,000 first charge residential loan secured against a 53-storey residential block of flats located in Canary Wharf, London. The borrower needed funds to purchase 14 flats at 30% undervalued, due to the bulk nature of the deal. Five of the flats were financed by another short term lender and TAB financed the remaining nine flats.
This first charge commercial loan was for £1,580,000 at a rate of 10.20% pa and an LTV of 61.20%. The loan is secured against two assets - a thermal energy generation and conversion facility and a four-bedroom residential property. The loan was required to refinance the acquisition of the first site for a renewable energy firm to establish its business. The planned exit is through refinancing.
The property is a freehold, newly built detached house currently finished to shell and core. The 8,826 sq ft property also includes a large garden and swimming pool at basement level. The client required a £4,725,000 loan with an LTV of 70% and a rate of 9.60% pa to refinance from a previous lender. The client will sell to exit the loan allowing them to add their own finish to the property.
The first charge commercial bridging loan was for £756,000 for 24 months, with an LTV of 72.70%. The property used as security comprises a four story Grade II listed link building, and is currently the local area's main doctors surgery, with established tenants. The client is looking to retain the property long term and refinance out of the bridge.
This first charge loan was for a site with planning in the centre of Canterbury. There is planning for 19.500 sq ft retail and 39,000 sq ft residential which is split between 33 residential apartments and 32 serviced apartments. The site is an old department store with a Grade ll listed frontage and is located in a pedestrianised area, where people can wander through the linked walkways.
This first charge commercial loan is for an industrial office and warehouse. The property is in great condition, and it is located in Leyton, London which falls within a commercial and residential regeneration scheme.
In line with the masterplan, the borrower has engaged architects to draw up plans for the development of the site and the expectation is that planning will be approved by March 2022. The development has estimated costs of £53m and a GDV of £71m.
The loan has an LTV of 59% and is for 9 months. The gross interest rate is 9.60% pa returning investors 7.20%pa.
TAB is advancing a second charge loan on a Grade II listed five bedroom property located near Horsham, East Sussex, and the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty.
The property which has origins from the pre-Tudor period is set on four acres of land and comprises 4,291 sq ft of accommodation in the main house, and a further 2,610 sq ft in the barn and cottage annexed to the house. The borrower intends to modernise parts of the house after which he will sell the property and repay the TAB loan.
The second charge bridging loan has a combined loan to value of below 50%, a rate of 10.20%pa and the loan term is 12 months.
The client is borrowing £7.5m on a first charge bridging loan. Only £5m is being advanced, and the remaining £2.5m is being held in the solicitor's client account. The site is regarded as the principal film studio in South Wales - at a time of unprecedented demand for UK film studios.
The site has full planning permission for its existing five studio buildings and has pending applications for other buildings recently built. Since the original purchase, the borrower has invested c.£3.0m to further improve the site.
This first charge loan has a loan to value of just over 50%, a rate of 1.25% per month and is for 6 months.
The client is purchasing a vacant building that is arranged as a restaurant on the ground floor with a six room HMO on the upper two floors. The loan required was on a first charge commercial basis for £525,000.
Planning has been granted for rear extensions to the first floor and rearrangement to two studio units. The client intends to submit planning for a two bedroom mews house to the rear. His exit strategy is refinancing.
There is good precedent for this being a number of neighbouring properties having already completed mews houses along Pembroke Place. With an LTV of 70% and a rate of 1.00% per month this loan is against a robust security with good added value opportunities.
The client needed a loan of £2,490,000 on a newly constructed building of five residential units over three floors. The borrower (who is also the developer) is refinancing out of development finance to allow him time to sell two of the flats and tenant the three remaining flats with a view to then refinancing TAB through traditional BTL finance and flat sales. The loan was 1.00% interest per month at an LTV of 70% for 9 months secured with a first charge.
TAB completes our first deal with Brightstar Specialist Finance, a 9 month land with planning bridging loan. The loan is required for the refinance from their existing lender as the borrower was let down by their development funder and needed additional time to secure a new loan in place and finalise their contract with the local housing association. The land has planning for houses and apartments and is on a site in Devon. The £454,000 loan was funded by TAB investors and has an LTV of 54%.
The client required a £1.25m first charge bridging loan to complete the purchase of a vacant former Debenhams department store, under a 43 year lease where the freeholder is Sheffield City Council. The 214,000 sq ft property is spread over 5 floors, 3 mezzanine floors and a roof terrace and sits in an extremely prominent location in Sheffield City Centre, which is currently undergoing extensive regeneration.
TAB and Opes Financial Partners have completed a £6.9m bridging loan for the investment purchase of a £11m newly built luxury townhouse in north-west London.
The client required a first charge residential of £445,000 for 12 months. TAB offered the loan at 1.00% interest per month with refinancing on a buy-to-let mortgage as the exit strategy. The client needed access to finance in order to purchase the property under market value due to the specific completion deadlines.
The client required a £220,000 second charge residential loan to raise capital. The property used as security was a recently renovated property that is to be refinanced to Kent Reliance. Due to current market conditions, there was a delay on refinancing which is why the client required a bridge. The LTV was 65% and the loan was charged at 1.20% interest per month for 12 months.
An existing client of TAB’s needed £3,250,000 first charge residential loan to raise capital for funds for further investments. The property was a four bedroom penthouse apartment forming part of a modern residential development. The client’s exit strategy was to refinance the property, the LTV was 53% and TAB agreed terms at 1.00% interest per month, for 12 months.
The client required a second charge residential loan of £380,000 for 12 months to refinance an existing bridge allowing sufficient time to establish an exit plan. A condition attached to the exit, in this case, waws that the property must be marketed by month six of the term to allow sufficient time to redeem. The LTV was 60% charged at 1.00% interest per month.
The client required £2,480,000 first charge land with planning loan for 12 months. The property is a site with planning permission which they were able to purchase below value due to a distressed sale. Due to the sensitive time scales the client required a bridge loan to purchase rather than going straight to development funding. The LTV was 59% and the exit is via development finance.
The client required a first charge development loan of £685,000 in tranches to develop of two, four-bedroom houses. The development had already started and TAB advanced the initial funds to clear the original property purchase debt and fund the next stage of construction. TAB provided the loan at a 51% LTGDV for 9 months with an agreed exit strategy of refinancing to a buy-to-let mortgage.
The client needed a first charge residential loan of £333,000 to purchase a new build residential property with a new lease created for a period of 999 years. The client’s exit strategy is to refinance on to a buy-to-let mortgage. TAB lent the funds for 0.95% per month at an LTV of 63% for 9 months.
The client required £1,000,000 first charge commercial loan to purchase the leasehold of the security which was granted by way of an underlease, i.e landlord under the terms of the lease holds a 999 year lease. TAB provided the loan at LTV of 40% with a 0.95% interest rate per month for 6 months. The borrower required fast completion, and TAB completed within two weeks.
The client needed a £250,000 first charge mixed use bridging loan for capital raise. The client’s exit strategy is to sell to a developer on the grant of planning permission. The planning was submitted for the conversion of commercial elements of the property to residential. The LTV was 65% and terms were agreed at 0.99% interest per month for 9 months.
The client required a £352,000 first charge commercial loan to purchase two commercial warehouses for the clients’ business to occupy. The client will refinance to a commercial mortgage once company accounts have been submitted as his exit strategy. The client needed to complete quickly and TAB provided the loan at 1.00% per month for 12 months.