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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 […]

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 […]

Bridging Finance Is Gaining Popularity

The Association of Short Term Lenders has just released a report which shows a sustained upward trend in the number of bridging loans issued in the last quarter. In the period leading up to 31 March 2016, ASTL members provided their clients over £2.7 billion in bridging finance products and […]

£3.5 Million Re-Bridge from UK Property Finance

A client who had a number of London based properties in his real estate portfolio recently approached us for bridging finance in order to fund the purchase of large office building in the Birmingham area, which he planned to refurbish before selling on for a considerable profit. In order to […]

Bridging Mortgage

Within the formal written offer of a bridging loan, the loan is often referred to as a mortgage. The reason for this is that there are many similarities that occur between the two and in essence they are basically the same thing. Bridging loans are secured as a charge on […]

Large Bridging Loans

Bridgingloans.co.uk has today completed one of its largest bridging loans to date. The multi-million pound funding was required to purchase a large repossessed new build office block complex in the centre of a major UK city. Our client, a recently formed, off-shore limited company had successful bid for the property […]

Small Bridging Loans Increasingly Popular Choice

Bridgingloans.co.uk have again surpassed forecasted targets in October and November 2014 mainly due to the amount of small bridging loan completions during the months. The firm uses the term “small” to describe loans between £10,000 and £50,000. This size of bridging finance is less popular with other bridge lenders and […]

Third (3rd) charge bridging loan for non-resident UK national

Bridgingloans.co.uk are happy to announce that we have today completed the arrangements to fund a third charge bridging loan of £200,000 plus interest etc on a client’s main residential property. The money was used to urgently purchase the applicants office premises where his business had been trading for many years […]

Second Charge FCA Loans And Bridging Loans

Following the change in regulatory body from the Consumer Credit Act (CCA) to Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), confusion still surrounds on what is and is not an FCA regulated second charge or second legal mortgage/loan or bridging loan on a client’s main residence. Due to the change in requirements it […]

Bridging Loans Sector Growing Fast

The Council of Mortgage Lenders has again released figures showing that annual bridging lending has increased by 25% and now stands at around £2.5bn per year. Bridging loans are becoming widely accepted as a tool for accepting clients short term funding needs. The main advantage for bridging loans is that […]

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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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