Bridging finance, often referred to as a bridging loan, is a loan for those looking for short term finance, quickly.

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A Bridging Loan is short term finance that can be arranged in a matter of days.

Generally used by property investors to purchase properties that requires refurbishment but can be used for many other purposes.

Lenders won’t require an affordability check, looking at your personal income when taking bridging finance as interest payments are also borrowed and added to your loan. The initial loan plus the interest is repaid when you exit the loan. The most common two exit strategies are sale of property (usually after refurbishment) or repaid by refinancing to a term loan (once lettable).

Bridging Finance can be used for:

Short term finance
Income Tax bills
Divorce settlement
Inheritance tax
Restructuring property
Auction Finance
Raising funds at short notice
Injection of capital into business

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Complete guide to Bridging finance

In this guide you will discover some of the most frequently asked questions about bridging finance.

Also known as a Bridging loan, it is a type of flexible, short-term finance that is often used when funds are required quickly or for a transaction that cannot be completed with traditional mortgage finance.

Written by professionals with more than 20+ years in the market, this guide is a valuable resource for any property investor.

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