This is where we teach you about property development finance in Melbourne. We teach you everything we know and get you heading in the right direction to get your next development project funded.

We explain in detail what property development finance is and we even share the various sources of finance available for real estate development.

If riding solo on a development project isn’t your thing, why not check out our development management service – we would love to help!

9 Tips for Getting a Business Loan for Property Development

by Peter Kelly | Finance, All
business loan for property development

Are you wondering how to go about getting a business loan for property development? Why wouldn’t I just get a regular home loan, you ask? Well, there’s a big difference between a traditional home loan and the finance needed as a residential property developer. That’s why it might make more sense to get a businessRead More

Property Development Tax Deductions – Know What You Can Claim

by Peter Kelly | All, Finance
property development tax deductions

Are you keen to learn about property development tax deductions? Residential property development is a way of generating income, which makes it a business. Businesses, no matter what products or services they sell, have to pay tax. But all companies can also claim tax deductions. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has some pretty strict guidelinesRead More

9 Mistakes to Avoid When Borrowing for Property Development

by Peter Kelly | All, Finance
borrowing for property development

At Little Fish, we’ve seen it all, including common mistakes people make when borrowing for property development. A bit of time in this game and nothing shocks you anymore. The reason people borrow for property development is that it is quite rare to have enough working capital to fund a residential development project right offRead More

What is Property Development Finance?

by Peter Kelly | All, Finance
what is property development finance

Unless you can afford to pay for your development with cash. You’ve usually got to rely on a form of credit which you then pay off over time. Millions of Australians borrow money every day. A basic example is using a credit card to cover an expense you don’t have the funds on hand toRead More