Instant finance quotes for property investors & developers

GEQO lets you navigate, quickly, through the vast range of options on the market to access bespoke, indicative quotes without the need to leave your number for a ‘call back’.

The team at GEQO are specialists in bridging, development, buy to let and commercial investment funding for property developers and investors. We believe GEQO provides a refreshing and interactive way to help borrowers acquire the finance they need.

Instant finance quotes for property investors & developers

Bridge
Development
Refurb
Buy to Let
Short term finance to enable the speedy purchase of property or land, often used at auctions.
Loans which fund both the purchase and construction element of large conversions or new build projects.
Loans which facilitate the purchase and refurbishment of a residential or commercial property.
Planning Permission Required
Loans which take care of your long term residential and commercial property investments.

GEQO lets you navigate, quickly, through the vast range of options on the market to access bespoke, indicative quotes without the need to leave your number for a ‘call back’.

The team at GEQO are specialists in bridging, development, buy to let and commercial investment funding for property developers and investors. We believe GEQO provides a refreshing and interactive way to help borrowers acquire the finance they need

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Bridging

Bridging (Finance)

Short term finance to enable the purchase of a property quickly before, selling on to make a profit or arranging long term finance and holding as an investment.

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Refurbishment

Refurbishment (Finance)

Loans which facilitates the improvements to a property and maximise its value before selling for profit or retaining as an investment.

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Development

Development (Finance)

Loans which fund the works to change the use of, and convert, large properties or build brand new properties, out of the ground.

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Buy to Let & Commercial Mortgages

Buy to Let & Commercial Mortgages

Loans which take care of your long term residential and commercial property investments.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the loan be paid before the end of the term?

Yes, the loan can be repaid at any time using any method of repayment including; refinance, sale or equity. Some lenders will look to have a minimum interest period (usually 3 months) but this can be taken into account when arranging the loan.

What is the difference between refurbishment and development?

A very rough rule is that if the cost of works is more than half of the properties original value then this will become a development loan. This is not a fixed definition but is quite industry accepted. This really only comes into effect when the project is conversion or change of use.

How long do loans last and how much can be borrowed?

When bridging or refurbishing/developing usually the length of a facility is maxed at 36 months. The level of borrowings depends on the circumstances but up to 75% of the value is possible. When taking a buy-to-let mortgage the term time will usually have an initial year fixed period (usually 5-10 years) which is amortised over a much longer timescale (usually 2-30 years). The borrowings are calculated by the income generated but it is possible to borrow up to 85% of the value.

What type of property can I get a bridging loan on?

You can get a loan on just about anything that is property related including land without planning. As long as a clear charge is available then we can look at any security type.

What determines the loan amount for buy-to-let?

The loan is calculated by an initial loan to value calculation and is then stress tested (each lender will use different calculations but it is a combination of the interest rate and the rental coverage). Then the income being produced by the property must cover this figure. All buy-to-let mortgages must be income generating to be able to borrow.

Can I borrow if I have adverse/bad credit?

Yes, you can. There may be limits within this type of loan but it is a specialist area in which certain lenders will operate.

Can the loan be paid before the end of the term?

Yes, the loan can be repaid at any time using any method of repayment including; refinance, sale or equity. Some lenders will look to have a minimum interest period (usually 3 months) but this can be taken into account when arranging the loan.

How long do loans last and how much can be borrowed?

When bridging or refurbishing/developing usually the length of a facility is maxed at 36 months. The level of borrowings depends on the circumstances but up to 75% of the value is possible.

What type of property can I get a bridging loan on?

You can get a loan on just about anything that is property related including land without planning. As long as a clear charge is available then we can look at any security type.

Can I borrow if I have adverse/bad credit?

Yes, you can. There may be limits within this type of loan but it is a specialist area in which certain lenders will operate.

Can the loan be repaid before the end of the term?

Yes, the loan can be repaid at any time using any method of repayment including; refinance, sale or equity. Some lenders will look to have a minimum interest period (usually 3 months) but this can be taken into account when arranging the loan.

How long do loans last and how much can be borrowed?

When bridging or refurbishing/developing usually the length of a facility is maxed at 36 months. The level of borrowings depends on the circumstances but up to 75% of the value is possible.

What is the difference between refurbishment and development?

A very rough rule is that if the cost of works is more than half of the properties original value then this will become a development loan. This is not a fixed definition but is quite industry accepted. This really only comes into effect when the project is conversion or change of use.

Can I borrow if I have adverse/bad credit?

Yes, you can. There may be limits within this type of loan but it is a specialist area in which certain lenders will operate.

Can the loan be repaid before the end of the term?

Yes, the loan can be repaid at any time using any method of repayment including; refinance, sale or equity. Some lenders will look to have a minimum interest period (usually 3 months) but this can be taken into account when arranging the loan.

How long do loans last and how much can be borrowed?

When bridging or refurbishing/developing usually the length of a facility is maxed at 36 months. The level of borrowings depends on the circumstances but up to 75% of the value is possible.

What is the difference between refurbishment and development?

A very rough rule is that if the cost of works is more than half of the properties original value then this will become a development loan. This is not a fixed definition but is quite industry accepted. This really only comes into effect when the project is conversion or change of use.

Can I borrow if I have adverse/bad credit?

Yes, you can. There may be limits within this type of loan but it is a specialist area in which certain lenders will operate.

Can the loan be repaid before the end of the term?

Yes, the loan can be repaid at any time using any method of repayment including; refinance, sale or equity. Some lenders will look to have a minimum interest period (usually 3 months) but this can be taken into account when arranging the loan.

How long do loans last and how much can be borrowed?

When taking a buy-to-let loan the term time will usually have an initial year fixed period (usually 5-10 years) which is amortised over a much longer timescale (usually 2-30 years). The borrowings are calculated by the income generated but it is possible to borrow up to 85% of the value.

What determines the loan amount for buy-to-let?

The loan is calculated by an initial loan to value calculation and is then stress tested (each lender will use different calculations but it is a combination of the interest rate and the rental coverage). Then the income being produced by the property must cover this figure. All buy-to-let loans must be income generating to be able to borrow.

Can I borrow if I have adverse/bad credit?

Yes, you can. There may be limits within this type of loan but it is a specialist area in which certain lenders will operate.

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