Articles

29 Nov
UK Property: Trump Won – Now What?

Shortly before the US Presidential Election, Avamore Capital wrote a piece on the potential impact of a Trump Victory on the UK property market. Since the unexpected victory of the Republican Candidate (and the Republicans securing both upper and lower houses of Congress) we have...

11 Nov
Why KYC (Know Your Customer) Is So Important?

WHY KYC IS SO IMPORTANT? Know your customer (KYC) practices are developed worldwide to prevent theft, financial fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing. The main KYC goal is to enable debt providers to know and better understand their borrowers, and therefore manage their risks providentially ...

08 Nov
THE UK Property Market – What If Trump Wins?

The 2016 battle for the White House has been one of the most acrimonious and bitterly fought presidential election campaigns in living memory Both Donald J Trump (“Trump”) and Hillary Rodham Clinton (“Clinton”) are by some margin the least popular candidates in the history of...

How the sharing economy is disrupting the property sector

Summary The sharing economy includes hundreds of online platforms that allow people to turn unproductive assets into income through a better management approach New consumers’ trends and technologies in the sharing economy are likely to transform the property sector sooner than expected. Traditional leasing models...

How technology will change the property industry

Summary In 2015, investments in real estate tech startups reached a record of $1.7B. We explain the new technologies and the impact they are having on the real estate market; blockchain, cloud computing, Social Mediaand the Internet of Things, drone usage, geospatial, build information modelling,...

01 Sep
Bridge Financing Explained

SUMMARY Bridge Financing provides developers, investors and landlords with the cash injection they need in order to deal with cash flow issues or to take advantage of an opportunity as quickly as possible Different from regular property loans, Bridge Financing is a very fast product because...

23 Aug
The importance of Quantitative Easing

Summary Quantitative Easing (QE) is the practice of creating new money electronically and using it to buy financial securities back from banks and big corporations. This money-creation mechanism, carried out by the Bank of England, should encourage lenders to give more credit to businesses and...