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The firms aim to address a ‘shortage of debt capital’ in mainstream residential developments with their joint venture vehicle, which has an initial size of £165m.
The London-based firm is launching a lending division for the industrials sector, targeting an ‘undersupply’ of finance outside the prime market.
The London-based debt provider lent £100m across four residential and student accommodation deals in June.
The specialist lender has hired former real estate banker Matthew Pritchard as it aims to expand its sources of capital.
The private lender has provided an £83m loan to the Asian investor, which has secured a freehold deal for the ‘high-quality asset’.
The UK property debt specialist has provided £40m of debt financing from its first commingled fund.
The UK-based lender has written a £59.8m loan to develop New Horizons Court in Brentford.
The specialist lender will provide loans ranging between £500,000 and £1.5m to schemes that require heavy refurbishment or light development.
The private lender has provided a £53.9m loan to Meadow Partners for a London development.
The bridging finance specialist, now owned by executive director Dan Smith (pictured) and Arthur Jennings, will continue to focus on medium-sized loans.
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