Ambitious new property lending platform aims to resolve property finance difficulties

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Example property development finance structure from CapitalStackers
Example property development finance structure from CapitalStackers
MANCHESTER, England - Dec. 9, 2013 - PRLog -- A new property lending service to be launched in January is now backed by Hallidays LLP and aims to provide better solutions in the real estate finance market as well as attractive risk and reward property investment opportunities.

The new company, CapitalStackers located in Manchester UK, is focused on providing more accessible and competitive finance solutions, as well as a range of investment opportunities with differing risk and reward profiles.

Real estate lending has spent long enough in the doldrums since the credit crunch and there is still a long way to go to repair the property finance market. CapitalStackers has created an innovative platform using leading-edge technology to bridge the gap between property developers who seek funding solutions and investors and entrepreneurs looking to finance property investments and development schemes. The platform is a combination of creative peer to peer lending principles with a long established and market proven real estate lending risk analysis tool pi-FRAME. Over the years pi-FRAME has been used by many banks involved in property finance.

Steve Robson, Managing Director of CapitalStackers, has over 28 years experience in this industry and says the platform is the solution for both property developer and investor borrowers starved of funding and those investors looking for better returns than are currently available on deposit.  "Not only will real estate borrowers benefit from improved liquidity, so also will investors through achieving better returns. We are genuinely excited about the future."

CapitalStackers’ initial activities will be targeted in the UK although interest has already been shown from overseas.  The company’s management believe the potential for growth is exceptional.  A pre-launch website is now online where both investors and borrowers can view more information and register their interest at


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