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What is a bridging loan?

A bridging loan is a form of short-term financing used to help bridge a gap in the timing of two transactions.

Borrowers should be aware bridging loans are a form of secured loan. This means that any finance will  be secured on your property, so if you struggle to make the repayments your property could be at risk.

What can you get a bridging loan for?

Bridging loans can be used for many things;

  • Buying land or property at auction
  • Buying a residential property
  • Buying an investment property
  • Buying commercial property
  • Buying boats, planes, and other commercial vehicles
  • Buying a business
  • Funding a tax payment
  • … and more!

How much does a bridging loan cost?

The total cost will vary significantly dependent on a number of factors. It is likely to include a mixture of valuation fees before the loan goes ahead, arrangement fees when you are granted the loan (usually around 2%), and exit fees at the end of the loan.

Bridging Loan FAQs

There are a number of criteria; you’ll need a certain amount of equity in your security, a clear exit strategy, and the ability to prove you have the income to fund payments in the meantime.

UK lenders will loan anywhere between £25,000 and £25 million.

Different lenders offer different options. Our brokers can help you find whichever you prefer.

A bridging loan is only a second charge loan if there is already another loan in active existence on the same property.

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