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Regulated Bridging Loans

Discover our comprehensive range of BTL mortgages for residential properties.

Key Factors

We all know how frustrating it is when the property chain you’re in suddenly breaks because one of the buyers has decided to pull out. But instead of losing the property you intend buying altogether, there is a solution available – Regulated Bridging Loans.

If the person buying your property decides they no longer want to go through with the sale, it’s possible to take out a Regulated Bridging Loan. This is secured against either your current property or the property you’re hoping to buy. Then, when you’re own property finally sells, the proceeds can go towards paying off the loan.

Regulated Bridging Loans are not just there to help with chain breaking finance, they can also be used for refurbishing properties or Auction purchases.

The main features of Regulated Bridging Loans are:

  • Min loan size £50,000/Max £2,500,000
  • No monthly payment. Interest is rolled up into the loan then paid when the property is sold and the loan settled
  • No minimum term – loans can be settled after just one day!
  • 12 month maximum term
  • Available in England & Wales only

Key Information and Benefits

  • Speak to a consultant today for a free personal consultation and they will handle your case from enquiry to completion
  • Flexible and creative financing solutions to meet your needs from our panel of 100+ lenders
  • Loans/mortgages from £100,000 to £50 million (smaller loans only considered in exceptional circumstances)
  • Market leading interest rates. The actual interest rate will depend on the risk, quality of the credit profile and the purpose of the loan/mortgage
  • Lowest overall cost of financing will be considered for your individual case
  • All incomes levels, evidence of income, credit histories and funding requirements will be considered
  • High loan to values available 100%+ funding can be achieved with additional security or by introducing more than one lender to a case
  • Financing terms can be short term (a few months) or long term (many years) to suit your needs

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