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Bridging Loans Growing in Appeal Across Multiple Areas

It’s becoming clear that the rise and rise in bridging loans activity isn’t about to go into reverse anytime soon. 2016 brought about record growth for the industry and this year is already off to a flying start. But what’s particularly interesting is the way in which key players are […]

Non Status Bridging Loans – Fast Secured Finance for Any Purpose

Do you need a competitive non status bridging loan? If you are looking for flexible, low cost finance secured against your assets that won’t be affected by your credit rating or borrowing history then a non status bridging loan is the perfect solution. When a property owner applies for non […]

Using a Bridging Loan to Pay an Outstanding HMRC Tax Bill

If you are a property developer or business owner who is finding it difficult to raise the required funds to pay off an urgent HMRC tax demand then a bridging loan can be a highly practical and uniquely serviceable lifeline. Although there are various sets of circumstances where HM Revenue […]

UK Property Finance Launches Free Online Bridging Loan Calculator

With an ever increasing number of commercial developers, Buy-to-Let landlords and other UK property investors turning to bridging loan providers for fast and flexible financing options, one of the country’s most reputable brokers has recently introduced a new online tool that is designed to give a clear picture of the […]

UK Property Finance Announce Full Support of the FCA’s Attitude towards Dealing with Unregulated Finance Brokers

Britain’s Leading Choice for Alternative Intelligent Finance Seeks Clampdown on Negligent Lenders Unregulated finance brokers who are currently offering inappropriate funding solutions for those in genuine need of responsibly sourced products are finally about to face serious action from the Financial Conduct Authority – a firm decision that the team […]

Bridging Loan worth £6.2m Arranged for Experienced Residential Developer

Recently, we were approached by a business introducer who was trying to raise funds for an experienced Scottish property developer who in turn was struggling to find a competitive short-term finance deal so that he could realise a lucrative build development project. The developer had already purchased the land and […]

Development Finance In Greater Need As Two Thirds Of Adults Prefer Brand-New Properties

It’s becoming clear that as far as the average would-be home buyer in the UK is concerned, one type of property takes precedence over all others. We’re not talking about the size, shape or specification of the property either, but rather the all-important matter of whether or not it’s new. […]

Promising Yields Prompt A New Wave of Interest in Property Investment

In an era where most savings accounts are offering consumers impossibly low rates of interest, more people than ever before are looking into alternative savings and investment options. On the plus side, the lowest interest rates in recent history are opening up endless possibilities for those with an interest in […]

UK Property Finance welcomes a new addition to our development team

UK Property Finance are delighted to announce an expansion to our development team with a new team member having recently joined us. A former advisor from Lloyds Bank, Luke Hosea has recently joined our rapidly growing team and brings with him a wealth of expertise and insight into the sector. […]

Tax Changes and Brexit Could Devastate Buy-To-Let Market

According to the chairman of the Conveyancing Association, the effects of the recent Brexit result – along with the government’s decision to introduce new anti-landlord tax policies – could easily produce some seriously negative consequences in the Buy-To-Let marketplace. Of course, the full effects of the Brexit result remain to be […]

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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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