Complete guide to Bridging finance

Everything you wanted to ask about bridging finance answered by professionals with more than 20 years' experience in finance. 

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Is a Bridging loan right for you?

Bridging finance can make deals happen where traditional mortgage finance can’t by offering speed and certainty. Get to know the pros and cons to decide if if bridging is the best option for you and your next property investment.

Top 5 reasons to apply for a bridging loan

Bridging finance is short term finance. Discover the top 5 uses of Bridging / Short term finance in our guide.


Types of bridging loan

The guide has real case studies for you to understand clearly each of the bridging loan types.

How is interest charged?

Identify all the ways interest can be calculated and applied to your bridging loan. This can save you thousands of pounds!

How quickly can I arrange a bridging loan

Read the guide and get to know the how long it takes before you have the funds for your next project. 

Michael O'Brien, DipFA, CeMAP

Michael O'Brien has been providing advice on both residential and investment finance since 2002 helping hundreds of investors grow their property portfolios along the way.

Michael Collins, CeFA, CeMAP

Michael Collins joined the business soon after our launch, bringing his 30+ years’ experience managing commercial & high-net-worth banking relationships.

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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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