Frequently asked questions

What can I use my loan for?
It can be used for any purpose

How much can I borrow?
We can arrange bridging loans from £15,000 - £5 million

What is the monthly rate?
Interest rates start from 1% per month

Is there a charge for making an application?

What costs are involved in the transaction?
A completion fee may be payable upon draw down of the funds and a valuation fee may be required. 

What type of security will you lend against?
We will lend on all types of residential, commercial and semi-commercial properties.

How long will it be before I receive my funds?
We work within your timescale. We have completed loans within as little as 24 hours.

Can I settle my loan early?
You may pay off your loan at any time.

Can I make capital reductions?
Yes, at any time. This will reduce the balance outstanding as well as your monthly repayments.

Can I protect my repayments?
We can arrange life cover on all loans, if required.

Can I convert my bridging loan into a longer term loan?
Yes. We are closely associated with companies that specialise in long term loans and mortgages.

Can I apply if I am self employed and do not have a set of accounts?

Can you help people with County Court Judgements (CCJs), arrears and/or adverse credit?

Am I able to borrow finance on a property on which I already have a mortgage/other charges?
Yes. We offer 2nd Charges, subject to available equity.

Do I need a solicitor?
No. However, we recommend customers seek independent legal advice prior to completion.

Do you lend to Limited Companies?

Can I use security which I do not own for my loan? 
Yes. However, the property owner must be party to the loan.

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You'll receive advice on the most suitable deals for you. Quotations are FREE, so it costs you nothing to see what your options are.

Think carefully before securing your debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.