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Fiduciam closes EUR5.5 million loan in Spain

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Fiduciam, an institutionally funded and pension fund-owned marketplace lender, has completed on a EUR5.5million bridging loan in Spain in just three days. This takes its volume of lending in Spain up to more than EUR10 million in just the month of May.

The borrower was a wealthy British businessman with companies in Spain and in the UK.  He took out the EUR5.5 million Fiduciam loan to finance the development of two luxury villas in Marbella. The loan has an 18-month term, with an interest rate of just 0.80 per cent per month.
 
The loan was completed in just three business days from Fiduciam receiving the valuation to closing the loan.
 
Fiduciam is seeing strong demand for its bridging product in Spain, particularly from foreign nationals who have moved their property development activity to Spain. The banks in their country of origin cannot take Spanish mortgages, and the Spanish banks are less likely to grant loans to foreign nationals, particularly if the developer has only moved recently to Spain, or divides their time between their country of origin and Spain. 
  
Cristina Villén, Fiduciam’s originator for Spain, says: “We have had a strong start to the year, and we are expecting to surpass our EUR40 million lending target for 2019 in Spain. There is a large untapped demand for our loans in Spain and it is great the brokers are helping us to get our name out there.  We were very impressed with Cavendish Capital who brought us this transaction and drove the application process.”
 
Clint White, Head of Property Lending at Fiduciam adds: “We continue to expand our Spanish team in London. Our systems are set up to deal with multi-currency and multi-jurisdiction loans, so it is the same effort for us to grant a loan in Spain than in the UK.  As Spain has seen more deleveraging than many other European countries and its real estate market is still in the recovery stage, we expect this strong demand to continue.”
 
George Esquiant, director at Cavendish Capital brokered the loan. He says: “It has been a pleasure to work with Fiduciam on this loan. This transaction demonstrates that we can find suitable solutions for the very diverse needs of our client base by tapping into the wide array of UK-based bridge lenders.”
 

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