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These Easy DIY Changes Could Add £30,000 to your Home’s Value

Adding big money to the value of your home does not have to mean spending big money on big changes. Major structural alterations and extensions are all well and good, though are beyond the realms of possibility for most. Making the most of your home’s potential without going to extremes […]

Finance Options for Buying an Uninhabitable Property

Most major banks and High Street lenders are unwilling to finance the purchase of uninhabitable properties which is unfortunate given how investors and other home buyers often set their sights on ‘fixer-uppers’. Properties in a poor state of repair often sell for less than their true potential market values so […]

How Do Bridging Loans Work for First-Time Buyers?

It is often assumed that bridging finance is a facility restricted exclusively to existing homeowners, however bridging loans can also be a surprisingly flexible, accessible and affordable options for first-time buyers. Eligibility for bridging finance is assessed primarily on the borrower’s ability to provide acceptable security for the loan. If […]

Bridging Loan Popularity Soaring Among Senior Borrowers

Bridging finance has been growing in popularity across the UK for some time.  But what is particularly interesting is how more senior borrowers (of retirement age and older) are taking an interest in bridging loans than ever before. Despite the fact that seniors are considered more financially savvy and asset […]

Bridging Loans for Property Development

What is Bridging Finance? Bridging finance is a short-term loan, typically arranged within a matter of days and repaid after a period of one to 18 months. As the name suggests, bridging loans are designed to ‘bridge’ financial gaps, when significant sums of money are needed for urgent purchases or […]

Using Bridging Finance to Pay Off Tax

Being hit by an unexpected tax bill is never an enjoyable experience. Businesses, investors and property developers, may find themselves facing tax obligations at a time they didn’t expect. Irrespective of the nature and extent of the bill, settling tax liabilities as quickly as possible is essential, in order to […]

7 Reasons Why a Bridging Loan is Ideal in Property Development

Property development finance is available in a variety of forms to suit most requirements and budgets. Increasingly, bridging loans are being sought by property developers across the UK to fund large and small projects. But what is it about the bridging loan that makes it such a popular choice?  Why […]

How Bridging Finance Can Benefit New Business Start-ups?

New business start-ups in the UK are increasingly turning to alternative lenders to help fuel their growth and development. Bridging finance in particular is growing in popularity among the small to medium enterprise (SME) community within the UK. Certain major banks and lenders consider new business start-ups as “high risk” […]

Bridging Loans: Secured Loans when Time is Critical

Bridging loans are a specialist type of secured loan which can be particularly useful in time-critical situations. Secured loans in general can be quicker and easier to arrange than unsecured personal loans but the underwriting process can still be lengthy in the case of larger secured loans such as mortgages. […]

Bridging Loans Are the Buy to Let Investor’s New Top Choice

It’s not uncommon for buy-to-let investors to set their sights on properties in need of repairs and refurbishments. The reason being that as competition for such properties is relatively low, they can often be picked up at rock-bottom prices. After which, the repairs and refurbishments can be performed at an […]

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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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