Bridging Loans

A bridging loan is a short term solution that can help you with your property purchase. A bridging loan uses the equity in your property as security for borrowing. It is important to remember that these loans are short term (available for 1 day – 12 months usually) and can be expensive, so should not be taken out for long periods.

Few traditional high street banks now offer bridging loans and they are often provided by specialist lenders. As well as having access to the standard lenders, we often work with private banking contacts to arrange this type of finance. The advantages are better rates, lower fees and more flexible access.

In the most urgent situations, we can often arrange for funds to be available within a matter of days rather than weeks. We deal with all the paperwork, liaise with the underwriters, valuers and solicitor, to make the process as stress-free as possible.

A bridging loan could be the right option for you, if you:

  • Purchase a new property but have an existing property to sell, or your sale has fallen through
  • Purchase a property at auction
  • Develop a property
  • Refurbish or renovate a property, or buy a dilapidated property
  • Purchase a Buy-to-let
  • Extend a lease.

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