Aspen Bridging

Bridging finance is an integral part of many businesses, and Aspen Bridging provides a selection of specialised bridging loan products to meet a variety of needs

2016

Established

18m

Max term

100k - 1m

Min/Max Loan

1st & 2nd

Charges

Bridging finance is an incredibly flexible form of lending, and one that’s put to great use across a wide variety of business sectors. The fast and flexible funding that bridging can provide makes it an ideal tool for solving problems in nearly any industry, and while it’s used extensively throughout the real estate and property development sectors bridging is still widely used for many other purposes. Aspen Bridging provides a suite of highly flexible bridging products for use in almost any situation and demonstrates the power of bridging through their ability to meet client requirements in any circumstances.

Bridging finance is almost synonymous with the property development sector, and Aspen Bridging provides loan packages specifically tailored to this market. However, Aspen is adaptable and experienced enough to offer bridging loans for many other purposes, including capital injection, commercial finance, and even lease extensions. This flexibility is only possible thanks to the dedication and experience of the team behind Aspen Bridging, who are able to work with their clients to devise a lending solution which meets their needs. As an independent lender, Aspen Bridging can also work quickly to meet the needs of their clients; they can turn loans around exceptionally quickly, allowing their customers to escalate their projects immediately.

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Aspen Bridging
Aspen Bridging
2 Stratford Court
Cranmore Avenue
Solihull
B90 4QT

+44 845 318 0001

aspenbridging.co.uk

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Frequently asked questions

What is a bridging loan?

A bridging loan is a short-term loan secured against property. It allows you or your business to “bridge a gap” until either longer-term finance can be arranged, or the underlying security or other assets can be sold.

What is commercial bridging finance?

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