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Bridging & short-term finance

A bridging loan is essentially a short-term loan that is often arranged within a short time-frame and may be made to an individual or a company and secured against residential or commercial property.

Bridging & short-term finance explained

Why bridge?

  • To raise finance quickly
  • To refurbish a property
  • To finish a development

Some of our lenders

  • Keystone Buy to Let Mortgages
  • United Trust Bank
  • Shawbrook Bank Limited
  • Aldermore Bank PLC
  • Dragonfly
ANY PROPERTY USED AS SECURITY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE YOUR HOME, MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE

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Bridging News & Insight

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  • Mortgages for Business announces rebrand

    Mortgages for Business has today announced the official launch of its new website and corporate identity.David Whittaker, managing director of Mortgages for business, commented : "The new website and brand are more closely aligned with the company's strategic vision for future growth - and will enable us to refresh how we supply our clients with...

  • Why rates will not go up this side of the election

    There has been much speculation over recent weeks on when the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee will vote to raise Bank Rate. In fact, we've had a running bet in the office since Easter with my money going long - I dug my heels in at late 2015 at the very earliest, and whilst I appear to be a lone voice amongst the MFB "gamblers", I th...

  • Interest rates may rise sooner than expected

    If you read all of the commentary about Mark Carney’s Mansion House speech on Friday 13th June 2014 you will almost certainly be left believing that the Governor said that a rise in Bank Rate is imminent.Indeed, the BBC’s economics editor, Robert Peston, said on Radio 4’s World at One yesterday that he expects an interest rate rise in the next t...