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Once we receive your application we could get the funds in your account within 48 Hours

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  • Borrow £10,000 to £50 Million
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Situations When You Will Need Bridging Finance

  • Buying Property at Auction
  • Home Refurbishment or Renovation
  • Property Development
  • Buy To Let
  • Avoiding Bankruptcy
  • Divorce Settlements
  • Stop Home Repossession
  • Bridging the Gap Between Sales
  • Inheritance or Probate Tax Issues
  • Cash Flow Problems

Frequently Asked Questions

A typical bridging loan is approximately £150,000 in value, though there are technically no upper or lower limits to how much can be borrowed. The property used to secure a bridging loan will determine the limitations. On a £400,000 residential property for example, you could apply for a 75% LTV bridging loan of £300,000.
Depending on the specifics of the application, decisions can be made in a matter of minutes. Confirmation by email is usually provided within one hour, after which the typical bridging loan takes around five working days to process and transfer.
Bridging loans are secured on viable properties and granted in instances where a suitable exit strategy is in place. Hence, credit ratings are not factored into the equation when determining eligibility for a bridging loan. If you have a poor credit score, you can still qualify for a bridging loan
If you have CCJs or have even been declared bankrupt, you still have a high likelihood of being accepted for a bridging loan. Just as long as you have the required collateral and a guaranteed exit strategy in place, it’s probable your application will be accepted.
If you struggle to repay your loan, it’s important to contact your lender or broker the moment you run into difficulties. Arrangements can typically be made to overcome repayment issues, though late repayment or failure to repay may result in additional fees, interest charges and penalties.
Bridging loans can be used for any legal purpose whatsoever. Common uses for bridging loans include purchasing properties at auction, covering unexpected business expenses, meeting urgent tax obligations and capitalising on limited-time investment opportunities.