pre-sales

An Australian Recession? – What It Means for Property Development Funding

There has been a lot of media coverage and street talk recently around whether or not Australia might dip into Recession in the 2016 calendar year. Development Finance Partner Director Baxter Gamble assesses this outlook and what it means for property and construction development funding. Adding to the recent media coverage has been the language of […]

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Achieving no pre-sales construction finance for a Brisbane residential development

Why a previous client trusted DFP to deliver a no pre-sales finance solution that was not possible through the banks.

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Don’t Wait for RBA to Save You Money and Onerous Pre-Sale Hurdles

“Debt is the lifeblood of sustainable property development.” Market conditions since 2009 have created a difficult environment for developers (particularly of development projects) as the majority of lenders have tightened pre sale hurdles and loan to value ratio (LVR) covenants. The success of a construction project will depend on a number of key components, including: […]

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Opportunity: Costs No Pre-Sales

Before you commence any development project or investment, it is obviously important to initially determine how much you can borrow and how you will be able to manage all associated costs of the development. The Australian economy has seen many of the major players really tighten their lending criteria. Most banks are only interested to […]

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