Bridging Loan With Interest Rolled Up
Our Short-Term Mortgage Service
Looking for property finance from 1 month to 5 years? We have solutions for residential and commercial properties on a second charge basis.
Special features of what we offer include:
Mortgages & bridging finance from 1 month to 5 years
1st and second charge Loans
Finance from £20,000 to £25 million
Terms of finance from 1 to 36 months
Bridging loans for individuals, limited companies, sole traders and partnerships
Interest roll-up schemes
Whole of market service - we work directly with UK bridging lenders
Lowest rates - Access to leading bridging loan deals
Fast turnaround - speak to us today if you need to move quickly. 5 to 7 working days possible.
We specialise in arranging mortgage & bridging finance whatever your age.
Short-Term Property Finance With Interest Rolled Up
Whether you are looking to purchase a residential home or renovate a property with the view to sell it on, you may need the right finance in place to minimise delays.
In the event that you require property finance quickly, approaching a traditional lender may not be the best option. High street lenders generally request a deposit, which can be up to 25% of the property’s value, and applications may take up to months to process.
A short-term mortgage or bridging loans are a specialist kind of loan designed solely for short-term usage to provide a temporary cash flow solution or ‘bridge’ before additional permanent finance becomes available.
Short-term finance can be secured against commercial property, residential property, building plots or even land without planning permission - what is often key is the security being used for finance.
Short-term finance may provide:
Interest roll-up - interest is not serviced monthly but paid at the end of the term
Fast, short-term finance when time is of the essence
Finance from £50,000 to £25m
Flexible terms of finance to suit your needs
Bridging Loan Calculator
See how much you could secure with our bridging loan calculator.
Bridging loans may be used for a variety of different circumstances including:
Before a bridging loan lender provides any finance they will need details of the borrower’s exit plan. An exit plan is the method the borrower will use to repay the loan. An example of an exit plan is the sale of a borrower’s property.
You may require professional assistance to help you choose the right bridging loan for you, as the bridging loan market is potentially complex.
If you are unsure about what bridging loan is suitable for you or you are concerned that your age is a barrier, call us on 0117 313 6058 or complete our request callback form.