About us: A one-stop-shop for real estate professionals seeking finance.
Krios Capital Partners was founded to support individuals who do not settle; those who keep on striving in the face of adversity.
In today’s increasingly complex environment, we believe you deserve a dependable, efficient and hands-on partner.
A partner with the human capital, know-how and network to support you navigate the finance market to ensure you remain focused on your property business.
Our competitive edge: established track-record, forensic approach and speed of execution
We understand banking, property finance and real-estate: our team comprises experienced and talented industry experts.
We have the know-how to structure deals ranging from simple plain vanilla residential to quirky assets.
We have no geographical restrictions: we can arrange funding for assets and projects located in the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) as well as in selected European countries.
We have access to the whole market: specialist lenders, family offices and wealth managers as well as private investors.
As Covid-19 sweeps through the globe, the real estate debt market (as many other components of the economy) is experiencing a sharp slowdown and showing signs of potential weakness, a new research has found.
Month 2 of the lock-down and the UK real estate & property development finance markets are in uncharted waters.
At Krios Capital Partners, we can support you in devising a successful strategy and help you secure your development finance package.
Bridging loans, how they work and best exit strategy options to consider - as explained by property finance experts Krios Capital Partners.
Looking at new projects? Requiring development finance? Krios Capital Partners navigate the complexity of the property finance market.
Starting out in property investment? Exploring the options of development finance?
We all tend to want as much debt as possible whilst potentially overlooking the impact on the scheme’s profitability and, therefore, its economical viability vis-a-vis the lenders.