Loan Types we provide Directly
A bridging loan is a short-term loan that is used to "bridge" the gap between the purchase of a new property and the sale of an existing property. Bridging loans can be used for a variety of purposes, such as buying a new home before selling an existing one or renovating a property to increase its value.
To obtain a bridging loan in the UK, you will typically need to apply through a lender that offers bridging loans. You will typically be required to provide some information about your financial situation and the property that you are planning to purchase or renovate. The lender will review your application and may request additional information or documentation, such as proof of income or a property appraisal.
It is important to carefully consider the terms of a bridging loan before accepting one, as they can have higher interest rates and fees than other types of loans. It is also important to carefully plan how you will pay off the loan, as failure to do so can result in financial difficulties or even the loss of your property.
A development loan is a type of financing that is used to fund the construction or renovation of real estate properties. Development loans are typically used by developers or investors to finance the acquisition, development, and construction of properties, such as residential or commercial buildings, or to fund the renovation of existing properties.
To obtain a development loan, you will typically need to apply through a lender that offers development loans. You will typically be required to provide information about your financial situation, the property that you are planning to develop or renovate, and your plans for the property. The lender will review your application and may request additional information or documentation, such as proof of income, a property appraisal, or a detailed business plan.
The terms of a development loan can vary significantly depending on the lender, the property, and your financial situation. Development loans may have higher interest rates and fees than other types of loans, and may require collateral, such as the property itself, to secure the loan.
If you are considering a development loan or a bridging loan, it is a good idea to speak with a financial advisor or a mortgage broker to get more information and advice on the best options for your situation. They can help you understand the terms and conditions of different development loans and assist you in finding a lender that is right for you.