Bridging Loans

If you need to buy something but do not have the cash to hand, it might be worth considering applying for a loan.

So what are bridging loans?

A typical use of a bridging loan would be for those times that you’ve still not found an owner for your old property but chosen a new one to move into. The loan is designed to help with a cash inflow until you’ve sold you’re old property.

Some additional examples of where bridging finance may be used for short term solutions;

  • Property sale has fallen through or is delayed and client is purchasing another property
  • Purchasing properties at auction
  • Temporary cash flow problems
  • Property Development
  • Renovation of property
  • Land acquisition


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