How It Works
With our simple form, case management tools, and expert advisers; finding funding has never been simpler.
Let us know about you and what you would like to achieve.
Your assigned adviser will issue an indicative quote.
Review your offers and choose the best for you.
Valuations are conducted, formal offers made, funds are drawn.
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Steve Brundell at B2B Finance was excellent. He found a mortgage which suited our needs, was very diligent in following up with us and the lender, and very responsive to our questions. We would recomm...
Darren Lund assisted me with the deal which was not straightforward. He was always willing to chase the lender for me and would answer my calls whenever I called him for an update which was often. He ...
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Andrew Rayner has been extremely helpful and fantastically efficient. I would recommend him as a broker to anyone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Need answers? We got 'em.
Bridging loans are a type of short-term property backed loan. They are no different to long term mortgages in that they are secured by a first charge, or a second charge against your property. Because they are secured, the same steps of valuation and preparation of a legal charge deed have to be taken as with a normal term mortgage.
However, bridging loans are designed to be arranged quickly, and to run for a 1-36-month duration. Interest is taken from the loan balance at the start of the term, with the option to pay back the balance at any time, usually with no exit penalties. As the loan duration increases past 18 months most lenders look for the loan to be serviced with monthly interest payments. Because interest payments are already taken from the loan balance, there are usually no affordability checks.
Bridging loans can be used to help businesses bridge the gap between making a purchase and other funds becoming available. They are often used to buy one property while you wait to sell another.