Richard Butler Creagh is the founder of Henley Finance that was established on the year 2013. He already had a successful career in the field of property development that helped him to understand the requirements and demands that professionals have when dealing with bridging finance for short term. He also designed and created an innovative way to make sure Henley Finance meets their needs.
Richard Butler Creagh began his life in the building sector that helped him run his own company, Butler Creagh Refurbishments with its base in the North West London region. With this company, he refurbished the properties for preparing them for sale in the market. He then began to buy and renovate his properties. He made use of the bridging finance to buy the properties, let them before putting it in long term finance. He also created a portfolio that consists of 27 properties in and around the Central London area. He then understood the long term finance sector as well as the bridging sector to identify the gaps prevailing in the market for the bridging finance companies that possesses the valuation teams of their own.
Why Butler Creagh Refurbishments?
Butler Creagh Refurbishments are not dependant on outside valuers, as it wouldn’t help in assessing the projects as a whole while considering the several aspects of development. Such approach also developed further when Richard took part in the Risk Management Seminar that was held in the Van Tharp Institute located in the USA. He also realized the approach also offered him excellent confidence in the relationship that all are working towards and know what other expect of them while moving the borrowers to reach their goals. They also offer custom made products by their company through this novel approach.
Richard Butler Creagh also said that they ensure that the investors stay well protected to make sure that none of the project is affected by other project or vice versa. They also make sure that the borrowers also get enough protection based on the fact that they do not take anything unless it is viable or stood up to the process with due diligence.