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The lending landscape has changed drastically over the past few years. Private lending is slowly but surely becoming more popular, allowing everyone to gain financing when required. A private lender is a business, group, or an individual who allows a customer to borrow money. The borrower is usually someone who may not be approved the conventional way. Some typical reasons include deficiencies in credit and income.

Healthy development finance begins with proper education. Understand the ins and outs of private lending, including what non-bank lenders are and how you can benefit from them. With such knowledge, you can use private lending to solve an immediate problem. For instance, if you need funds for a property development project, you can turn to a private lender.

Use Quantum Capital as a form of resource to get to know more about borrowing and lending topics. Visit our blog regularly to learn about everything relevant to private lending.

Growth of Private Sector Funding in Australia

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By many accounts, Australia’s private debt market will experience sustained exponential growth. Moving beyond the economic climate marked by Covid-19, substantial increases in private sector funding led to a record $133 billion growth by the end of 2021.


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Property Development

Property development is an achievable, extremely lucrative way to diversify and grow your portfolio, if you know what you are doing.

A great deal of attention is focused on the property development sector, and with good reason. Developing property is an excellent way to improve an area while making a healthy return on your investment. Additionally, the construction industry is active. And although the massive housing price increases seen across the country are stabilising, housing is very much in demand.


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Commercial vs Residential Investment Properties

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Recently, we have seen a booming seller’s market in Australia. Home prices have reached highs property owners would never dream possible. This, of course, has sparked ongoing concerns about a housing bubble on the verge of bursting.


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Perth Housing Market Forecast for 2023

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The recent rise in interest rates makes many people in the property industry tense. After years of historically unprecedented price growth across Australia, the increasing rates to combat inflation have tempered prices. This leaves people wondering what to expect for the balance of 2023. 


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Construction Finance Approval – What You Need to Have Ready

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No matter what the project; getting approved for a favourable construction finance situation is a cornerstone for your development success.

Time is often of the essence. No time must be wasted on poorly arranged loan applications.


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Understanding Essential Construction Finance Terminology

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Let’s start by understanding what exactly construction finance is. In its simplest form, it’s a loan for those who need financial assistance for development, building a home or doing renovations. It differs significantly from purchasing an established property, of which the type of loan to apply for is a home loan.

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Short-Term Lending: Can You Benefit from It?

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Do you need additional funds for your next construction project? Are you expanding your business and need an injection of capital? Have you experienced a financial setback that requires quick funds?

Thankfully, there are a few ways to secure money safely, and one is through trusted money lenders that offer short-term financing.

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Non-Bank Lenders Explained: What Are They and Their Benefits? 

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Non-bank lenders have successfully made their way into the lending industry.

Incumbent banks see them as significant threats. They have the technology, and give efficient lending services, particularly to development and business finance. 

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