About Bridging Loans
Bridging loans, like the name suggests, are short-term loans that bridge the gap between selling your property and buying a new one.
They come in handy when you have a set date of completion to sell your property but you do not want to sell before you have bought a new property to live in.
They can also be used to fund the initial deposit you will need for the new property if you have a set date of completion for the sale of your property, but do not have the full amount you need.
Bridging loans are not for everyone and can be very expensive, but they can be a useful option if you need extra money in a short space of time.
Where we come in
If you are considering a bridging loan, you'll want to know the facts before making your final decision. It's important to know what a bridging loan is, what it can and can't do, and what to look for in a provider.
Our advice and guides will help you to make the right decision.