Sandhu, Randeesh
September 2015
EG: Estates Gazette;9/19/2015, Issue 866, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses debt capital available for property investors and developers in Great Britain. It mentions the competition among British banks with the lending on British real estate assets offered by banks from all over the world. It adds the growth of non-bank lenders according to research from De Montfort University. It adds advantages offered by non-bank lenders.


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