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Affordable Bridge Finance – UK’s Lowest Rates

We are an industry leading bridging loan broker operating across the whole of the market in order to source the most cost-effective bridge finance deals. At present, we can provide competitive bridge loans from Lloyds Bank and several other high street lenders, alongside an exclusive choice of partners who will always consider lending – even in cases where many other lenders may turn you down.

Furthermore, UK Property Finance are fully authorised and regulated by the FCA, which means we are able to provide affordable solutions for residential homeowners looking to finance urgent property finances using the equity in their own properties as security.

Whether you need to borrow £25,000, or £25,000,000, we can work against the clock to ensure you get the funds you need in the minimum amount of time. So, regardless of whether you are looking to buy a property at auction, or you are looking to raise cash quickly to solve some business related cash-flow issue, the team at UK Property Finance are always glad to assist.

You can apply for a UK bridging loan with us if you::

* Need to borrow anywhere from £30,000 to £15 million upwards.
* Cannot afford to wait – we always work quickly to ensure you get the cash you need ASAP.
* Want to borrow from 1 month – up to 24 months.
* Expect value for money – we always look for the most affordable products based on your individual borrowing circumstances.
* Demand a quality customer-service experience – we treat our clients with respect at all times and explain everything in plain language.

How Do We Differ To A Lloyds Bank Bridging Loan?

UK Property Finance is the UK’s leading choice for fast and affordable bridging loan products. We can drastically cut the time it takes to find and apply for the most appropriate bridging finance deal based on your individual borrowing requirements. In some cases, bridging loans can be arranged in just five days.

We can even release finance from our own funds depending on how urgent the situation is, once your application has been approved. As a whole of market broker, UK Property Finance can get you the best deal on a diverse range of products sourced from an entire spectrum of lenders, ranging from high street banks and building societies, through to private investors and specialist finance firms.

Bridging Loans for any purpose

A Lloyds Bank bridging loan is a short-term financing product that is secured against the equity you own – in either a residential or commercial property, or a number of properties of different types. Most bridging loans are repaid within 6 to 12 months, although the actual repayment terms will depend on your borrowing situation. There are currently two main types of bridging loan available from Lloyds Bank that we are able to offer – and these are open and closed loans.

Closed bridging loans are the most commonly approved bridging product as the lender is usually safe to assume that they will get their funds back on an agreed date. If you need to finance the purchase of a new home and you have already exchanged contracts on your existing property then you will typically opt for this kind of loan.

With an open loan, the term is more of an “open ended” affair. Open bridging finance is useful when you are looking to raise the funds to make a purchase without having a buyer in place on your existing home. These loans are more difficult to obtain, but they are still available provided you have ample equity to offer as collateral.

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Last Updated: Aug 31, 2017 @ 10:32 am

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The advice and processing on all financial products introduced via this website will be handled by UK Property Finance Ltd, which is authorised by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) no 667602. The FCA do not regulate all mortgages such as Buy to Let and Commercial. Think Carefully before securing debts against your home. Your property could be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.

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