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Development Exit Bridging – Rates from 0.49% per month

Market leading rates:

65.0% LTV from 0.49% per month

72.5% LTV from 0.69% per month

77.5% LTV from 0.79% per month

 

Key details:

• Residential Development Exit only for multiple unit schemes

• Equity release available

• 99% completed units also considered

• Loans from net £1.000m upwards

• Introducer Fees funded

• Location: England and Wales

 

Contact Pluto Finance for more infromation on all your funding requirements

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