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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 […]

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 […]

Development Finance – Bridgingloans.co.uk have the experience

The last 6 months has seen a marked upturn in lenders willing to fund property development deals – from small refurbishment projects to multi-million pound newbuild developments. At Bridgingloans.co.uk we have been able to take full advantage of this volume increase due to our expertise in the marketplace. Recently completed […]

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 […]

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