Updated: April 04, 2022

Bridging Loans

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If you’re buying property but a mortgage would take too long to arrange, or need quick capital to tide you over in the short term, a bridging loan could be the answer.

These interest-only loans are often used to bridge the gap between a debt and longer-term finance becoming available, but you should always do your research before deciding whether it’s the solution for you. Read through our articles on bridging loans below to find out more…

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