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36 FINANCE & INSURANCE


ONE THING IS FOR CERTAIN, WITH THE GOVERNMENT PROMISE OF 300,000 NEW HOMES EACH YEAR, UP FROM 217,000 – MORE CHANGE WILL BE ON THE WAY


continue developing even if their funds are tied up in other schemes, or their profits already embedded in the project. Furthermore, a good joint venture funder


offers a whole range of other services from expertise in legals, surveying, accounting, sales and marketing, freeing up the house- builder to focus on the actual build. Ultimately, it offers a better return, limiting capital input, de-risking the housebuilder’s position and giving greater gearing. In exchange, the joint venture funder will have some parameters for the house- builder but these should be kept simple. A request that planning permission be in place, some developer experience, and


a decent margin of 25 per cent on GDV pre-finance are pretty standard. Only by providing a funding solution


that’s nationwide, flexible, with no cash flow strain and built with housebuilders in mind, can the demands for the reinvented housebuilding industry be met. Housebuilders must hunt out that 100 per cent full funding, it does exist and will give greater scale, maximum profit and


provide much needed funding in a flexible, sustainable way.


The upshot will be higher volumes of housing delivery and a less volatile profile of output. A winning combination that will go hand in hand with innovation that is arriving through both a development and funding revolution.


Jason Tebb is COO at Go Develop


WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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