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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 […]

Increased Involvement In Development And Renovation Finance

In the last few months Bridgingloans.co.uk has substantially increased its involvement in locating the funds needed to cater for the surging demand for development and major renovation requiring finance. Bridgingloans.co.uk which is a trading style of Penuptra Consulting Ltd is a directly FCA authorised and regulated business focusing almost entirely […]

BridgingLoans.co.uk Once Again At The Forefront

Bridgingloans.co.uk has again been at the forefront of one of the latest trends that requires bridging finance instead of more traditional forms of finance to enable it to occur. The speculative trend of purchasing land without planning permission and then as quickly as possible obtaining planning permission to greatly uplift […]

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 […]

Link Lending Secures Additional Funding

Link Lending had announced it has secured another £50 million of additional funding from Deutsche bank in addition to the bridging loan funding it has in place with Barclays. The move was a clear signal that Link Lending’s strategy is to continue to grow its lending volumes in response to […]

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 […]

Cheval Property finance approve bridging loans

Established in 1995 the company concentrates upon bridging loans or short term finance but also offers buildings and contents insurance products in the specialist landlord and commercial business sector. The Cheval Group includes Cheval Bridging Finance Ltd, Cheval Commercial Finance Ltd and Cheval Finance Ltd, their pedigree is very high, […]

Bridging Loan News Round Up

New products Recent events including the general election, a new coalition government and an emergency budget have all made the majority of mortgage and finance providers slightly nervous. Both residential and commercial buyers have found themselves in the position where they are unable to find a mortgage loan quickly and […]

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