Bridging Loan

Need some cash in the short term, bridging could be an option

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Bridging Loan

Helping you across troubled waters.

Bridging loans give customers short-term access to money at a high rate of interest. They are usually put in place to help complete the purchase of a property while the customer waits to receive the payment from the sale of another.

You might have found your dream home and there’s a gap between the sale and completion dates, which could jeopardise your chances of securing the property. Maybe you need to purchase a new home but the money from your current home is awaiting a divorce settlement or probate.

A bridging loan may be the ideal solution to put you in a stronger buying position and to take the pressure off the need to sell your current home without delay.

There are lots of factors to consider before committing to a bridging loan – for instance, there can be large legal and administration fees that are not always made clear. That’s why you need our advice!

We’ll make sure your bridging loans won’t be over troubled waters!

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP YOUR MORTGAGE REPAYMENTS

See what your short term lending options are today

Debt Consolidation

Borrow enough money to pay off all your current debts from one single lender. Meaning, you only have to manage a single repayment plan, which is much easier to organise.

Home Improvements

In many cases home improvements and extensions can either avoid
a costly move or increase the
sale value of
a property. 

Other Uses

If you’ve got equity in your property, borrowing a little more on your current mortgage or remortgaging & borrowing extra could be an option for a number of uses.

Bridging Loan

Bridging loans are usually put in place to help complete the
purchase of a property while the customer waits to receive the payments.