Why use a quick business loan?

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Why are quick business loans used by some Australian business?

There are many reasons to use a quick business loan. The only real limit is having a registered business (ABN) and your opportunities or imagination. Business opportunities can occur when you least expect them, these are the opportunities that it is difficult to plan for. If you don’t have cash on hand or access to a quick business loan then these business opportunities can pass you by.  However, Oak Laurel can assist you to get a business loan quickly so that you CAN take advantage of that opportunity before it disappears.

The banks and non-bank lenders are often too slow in assessing your application and releasing the funds for them to enable to you to take advantage of time sensitive business opportunities. This is where Oak Laurel can help. We have access to a range of lenders that can assist you quickly.

Our lender’s loan facilities can be used to assist clients in:

  • taking up a commercial opportunity that requires immediate funding; or
  • providing a bridging facility where traditional bank and non-bank lenders say ‘no’.

Our lenders can lend on the valuation figure of property instead of the purchase price! For example if you are a property developer and you have purchases land that has increased in value due to the issue of a development approval.

Other issues that can require a quick business loan:

• ATO Debts
• Commercial Notices to Complete
• Business Pre Insolvency
• Wind up notices & liquidation
• General Business purposes
• Cash Flow
• Bridging finance for property purchase

Interest rates vary between lenders but generally start at 1% per month but can be more expensive.

The maximum loan size is dependent on the value of your security. Generally, the maximum is $20 million but can be more on a case by case basis.

A wide range of property can be used as security including:

  • Commercial real estate
  • Residential real estate
  • Rural property
  • Equipment
  • Invoices / debtor credit
  • Specialised Security
  • Rent Roll
  • Variety of cross collateralised security options

Different lenders will take different security over the property including

  • 1st mortgage
  • 2nd Mortgage
  • registered caveat

Contact Oak Laurel to find out more!

 

Quick business loan

Find out more about quick business loan options that we can assist you with!

 

Commercial construction finance

Need to finance your property development?

 

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+614 30129662

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The population of Melbourne in 2016

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Melbourne population in 2016

Population of Melbourne in 2016. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the population of Greater Melbourne, reached a population of 4.5 million in 2015. Melbourne had both the largest and fastest population increase of all Australian capital cities in 2014-15, according to data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

Melbourne’s population increased by 91,600 in 2014-15, an average of 1,760 people / week.  The growth rate of Melbourne was 2.1 per cent, slightly down from 2.2 per cent last year. However it was still the fastest population growth in Australia.

Seven out of the Australia’s top ten growth areas were in Greater Melbourne.

Cranbourne East in Melbourne’s outer south-east increased by 4,600 people in 2014-15, the largest growth of any area in Australia. The outer northern areas of South Morang (up by 4,200 people) and Epping (3,300) came in second and third respectively, whilst Point Cook (3,200) in Melbourne’s outer west ranked fourth nationally.

Cranbourne East also had the fastest growth in the state (and the second-fastest nationally), increasing by 32 per cent in 2014-15.

In addition to the growth areas on the outer suburban fringes, large population increases were also seen in the inner-city area of Melbourne (up by 2,600 people) and nearby Southbank (1,300). Docklands was the fastest-growing inner city area, up 8.3 per cent in 2014-15.

Outside of Melbourne, areas with the largest growth in 2014-15 were Grovedale (up by 1000 people) in Geelong and Ocean Grove – Barwon Heads (700) on the Surf Coast.

 

Mortgage broker in Melbourne

Are you looking to borrow to invest in the Melbourne property market? Contact one of our Melbourne based mortgage brokers to discuss your home loan or investment property loan needs?

Contact us:

+614 30129662

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Property Development Private Equity Funding

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Private Equity Funding For Property Development

Oak Laurel can assist you to obtain private equity funding for property development.

We can assist you with private equity of up to $10 million per project to quality property development projects.

Profit split with private equity investors / partners

The equity is raised through private investors under an Australian Financial Services Licence. The project profits will be split with the private investors at 50% of the profit. Capital raising fees apply, but can also be funded.

Do you and your development project qualify for private equity funding?

Qualifying developers

To qualify for the private equity funds you will need to be an experienced developer with at least 10 years of experience, and have developed at least $50 Million in projects.

Qualifying development projects

For your project to qualify, it needs to have:

  • a minimum project return of 20% profit; and
  • maximum of 60% Loan to Value Ratio.

Other criteria apply. Contact us to see if you and your project qualify.

Contact Oak Laurel to arrange private equity funding for your next property development project.

 

Property development finance

Undertaking a commercial or industrial development project and need it funding? Contact us about getting your project funded.

Private equity funding for property development

Have a large project and need private equity to fill a gap in your funding? Contact us about getting your private equity funding.

Land development loans

Are you subdividing land to create value? You may need a land development loan. See here for information about land development funding.

How to get your property development financed

What you need to know about getting your project funded.

 

 

Oak Laurel – development funding made easy!

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