This section of our site will provide you with further details about bridging finance, how it is used and some of the common scenarios applicable to this type of loans.
Generally, bridging loans are not issued for longer than a twelve month period, although some two-year contracts have been reported. By their very nature, these loans are only intended to meet an interim need and not a long-term one. Most bridging loans are closed, with a specific date for repayment.
Read more about Bridging finance when you need it
When running a business, from time to time, an opportunity too good to be missed presents it self. If ready funds are not available, often the only option is to organise a bridging loan. Buying greatly reduced stock, acquiring the business of your competitor or purchasing equipment for a fraction of the cost are examples of situations in which such finance is needed. Read more about Businesses using bridging finance
In the world of liquidity and financing, there are lots of different ways in which people get a hold of money. While some forms of financing are very risky and thus require a high interest rate, there are other forms that are simply low risk and can be undertaken with confidence. Read more about How bridging finance works
Bridging loans are short-term loans typically used by companies or individuals to “bridge” the gap between the date of a purchase and the date when financing is completed. Read more about bridging finance gap
The best time to use a bridging loan is when the sale of an existing home will take longer than closing on a new home, but all dates are already decided upon and are definite. Read more about bridging finance and real estate