Lendlord users will be able to save the deal details, compare prospect properties, and receive insights on the property
Lendlord has launched a ‘Buy to Sell’ deal analyser is an addition to the existing property rental deal analyser to help property investors analyse new Buy to Sell projects, understand their finance needs and apply online for bridging finance all on the same platform.
Additionally, Lendlord users will be able to save the deal details, compare several prospect properties, receive insights in the area and on the property, and eventually use Lendlord as their own form of partial CRM system to track the process of purchasing the property.
Aviram Shahar, co-founder and CEO at Lendlord, said: This new launch and the combination of deal analysis with sourcing suitable finance comes at a very exciting time for both Lendlord and the UK property market.
Following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, both sales and rental markets are going through the roof and landlords can benefit from a rising property market when undertaking Buy to Sell projects, he said.
As always, deal analysis is crucial to making sure the deal stacks up. There may not be significant discounts available in the current market, but landlords can still give themselves a distinct advantage by using bridging finance as it enables them to move quickly and benefit from essentially being a chain-free cash buyer, he said.
He said: When you add forced appreciation and swift transacting to the organic capital appreciation and demand of a hot market, the margins for Buy to Sell are looking healthy this summer and beyond.
Lendlord provides property investors with an online platform to manage and track their portfolio details, data, and performance, whilst also identifying finance and capital raising opportunities based on a user’s specific profile.
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