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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 […]

Bridge the Gap to Own a Holiday Home

The housing situation for most would-be buyers in the UK right now is pretty bleak. Particularly for first-time buyers – millions of whom face the prospect of never owning their own home. But what’s interesting is how at the opposite end of the spectrum, individuals interested in buying second homes […]

Do Bridging Loans Still Have A Bad Reputation?

It’s fair to say that bridging loans landed in the United Kingdom with an initially shaky reputation. For the most part, short-term loans in general have always been viewed with a certain amount of scepticism. Particularly in instances where non-payment leads to heavy penalties in a relatively short period of […]

Later-life move made easy by UK property finance.

A recent study by real estate giants, Knight Frank found the retirement property is going significantly grow in the years to come. It has been well documented that western society has an aging population and this is certainly reflected in the Knight Frank report. The retirement property market is forecast […]

What Is a Second Charge Loan or Mortgage?

You’ll find the concept of the second charge explained in relentless detail by countless financial specialists online. Nevertheless, finding a definition that’s not disastrously over-complicated is something else entirely. So for those who’ve been wondering what second charge loans and mortgages are all about, you’ll find a concise overview and […]

Bridging Loans Can Help with VAT Too

At a growing pace, bridging finance is becoming a force to be reckoned with on the UK’s specialist lending market. Providing rapid access to significant sums of cash for just about any purpose, bridging loans take convenience, flexibility and accessibility to an entirely higher level. But even at this stage, […]

Repayment of bridging finance with another bridging loan

Finance raised on an inherited property Our client was looking to borrow against an inherited property to repay an existing bridging loan secured on his own property which was arranged to consolidate debt. The repayment strategy for the initial 12 month bridging loan had failed as the estate agents were […]

What’s the Best Way to Buy Land?

Buying land for the first time can be a daunting and challenging process. Even if you’re more than familiar with traditional property procurement, buying land is an entirely different experience. From deciding where to buy land in the first place to finding the perfect land loan for your needs, there’s […]

Mortgages Brokers vs Bridging Specialists

To compare mortgage brokers to bridging specialists is a little like comparing apples to oranges. They both exist for a reason and have their benefits, but are nonetheless very different entities. The popularity of bridging finance continues to grow at its fastest ever pace.  Nevertheless, the vast majority of borrowers […]

Bridging Loan Offer in 2 Days and Completion in Less Than 7

Having been rejected for a mortgage, our client was now looking for a bridging loan to buy a new residential property before his current one sold.  The loan was to be secured on the purchase property only, as it was of enough value to borrow the loan required and because […]

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