Bridging & short term finance
If you're struggling to find bridging loans and other short term finance solutions for your clients' properties talk to Mortgages for Business. We've years of experience sourcing funding solutions for residential, commercial and mixed use properties. Whether your client is trying to raise finance quickly, buying at auction or refurbishing property, we can help. Talk to the deal placement team today.
How we can help
- Access to a panel of specialist lenders
- Expert advice from experienced brokers
- Negotiating rates and terms
- Application submission & processing
Some of our lenders
Our deal placement team is highly experienced in arranging all types of bridging and short term finance.
We can help with
- Loan terms as short as one day
- Loan terms up to 18 months
- Loans from £30k up
- Decision in principle within a matter of hours
- Releasing funds within 72 hours
To see some examples of how we have helped brokers and some of our own clients source bridging and short-term finance take a look at our case studies.
In almost all cases we do not charge your clients a broker fee. That’s for you to do.
We pay you good rates of commission, up to 0.75% depending on the lender. And when the applications have completed, we will pay you as soon as possible. We have twice monthly payment runs, so you’ll never be kept waiting.
What to do next
Give our deal placement team a call today on 0845 148 9238 to see how we can help you.
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