Eligibility requirements of borrowers when it comes to disbursement of loans focus on one and the same thing:
The ability of the borrower to repay the loan properly on time and in full.
Of course, this is the same with other lenders and loan types across the board. What is most important to the borrower, whether they get their money back or not, without chasing a borrower, or scaring them with big financial problems.
What a difference with mutual funds this is how the house is arranged for a short-term repayment. Instead of being repaid gradually over a series of payments, the entire balance must be paid on the agreed date in one installment.
This makes the eligibility for financial inclusion very different from the normal loan or mortgage application process.
Finally, the lender will take three things, in order to determine the suitability of the applicant’s case:
- Do they have a clear and effective plan for repaying the loan?
- Will they be able to repay the loan in full within a reasonable time?
- Are there any obstacles that could prevent repayment?
Based on all three of these considerations, the lender will assess the strength of the applicant’s exit plan. A way out for a loan can be just about anything, but most fall into one of the following general categories:
Here is to provide evidence regarding the applicant’s future cash receipts, which may be an inheritance, a lump-sum withdraw pension, or investment. If they can prove that they have a lot of cash flow in the near future, this will qualify as a potential exit strategy.
In the case of development projects, the developer or construction company may have already placed a qualified buyer. Long before ground is broken, one or more parties may confirm their interest in purchasing some or all of the development once it is complete. They may have entered into a binding contract with the developer, which can later be used as evidence of a financial allocation strategy.
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One of the most common used for loan distribution is buying and renovating off-market properties for a profit. To be eligible for the allocation of funds, the applicant needs to convince the lender that their project is viable and will result in a property of a guaranteed quality that will be sold in the near future. Due to the fierce competition in the UK housing market recently, it is rare for projects like this to take more than six months to complete.
A refinancing plan is implemented when the borrower wishes to retain ownership of a property or development (in part or in whole) upon completion. It is common for investors to seek to hold BTL properties (residential or commercial) and lease them out to generate long-term income. In this case, the applicant hopes to be able to change (refinance) the distribution of the loan to a long-term repayment product at the end of the initial period. The bridging loan can be taken out for one year, then repaid with a 25-year commercial mortgage. If the applicant is already pre-approved for such a product, they will have a better chance of qualifying for affordable network financing.
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