More than just words

Find out in our two short films how our customer focus and commitment to long-term partnerships has helped establish our reputation as an adaptable and dependable lender, able to provide funding through all stages of the property cycle.

Development Finance facilities include:

      • Residential Development
      • Commercial Development
      • Mixed use Development
      • Conversions and Refurbishments
      • Planning gain
      • Sales Period Funding

Our lending criteria:

  • Facilities range from £0.5m to £20m
  • We lend up to 60% of GDV
  • Facilities usually provide 100% of construction costs, professional fees and interest with a contribution to site purchase
  • Borrowers should have appropriate expertise and financial standing
  • Facilities are provided for a terms appropriate to the project, usually not more than 18 months

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Experience, flexibility & diligence builds strong relationships

United Trust Bank funds residential, commercial and mixed use developments of single unit projects and larger, multi-unit schemes. Our understanding of the property sector enables us to fully appreciate the needs of brokers and developers and we tailor our competitive finance packages to suit the individual circumstances of the borrower and the project. A deep sector knowledge, quick decision making and a solid funding base are the foundations for strong and enduring relationships.

Working with Brokers

At United Trust Bank our broker partners benefit from a dedicated account manager who will ensure that all of your enquiries are addressed promptly, consistently and without fuss. You won’t be passed from pillar to post with different people making different information requests. Instead, you’ll receive timely, reliable and professional funding solutions. Our Broker Zone will give you access to our exclusive broker-only web page. Please log in or register here.

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