Bridging Funding

Bridging Funding is a company dedicated to providing high-value loans with the skill, care and flexible approach that make bridging finance an ideal solution

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2002

Established

12m

Max term

150k - 10m

Min/Max Loan

Charges

Providing a secure, stable source of finance is the primary concern of Bridging Funding, one of the premiere bridging lenders in the UK market. By focussing on creating bespoke solutions for their customers, Bridging Funding are able to ensure that their loans meet the very high standards of clients throughout this sector, and exceed their expectations.

Where Bridging Funding shines is in the provision of high-value loans for a wide variety of purposes; there are no restrictions on what finances may be used for, and Bridging Funding adopts a holistic approach to lending which considers all aspects of a borrower’s situation. While many mainstream lenders will simply gauge their customers according to a black-and-white checklist criteria, Bridging Funding works to understand each client’s particular circumstances, and tailor a bespoke loan package to their needs.

Because Bridging Funding has a highly experienced team of financial experts onboard, they are able to consider lending in situations where many high street lenders would have second thoughts; the entrepreneurial attitude which Bridging Funding takes towards its customers exemplifies the importance they place on each project’s potential, not on their client’s credit history. By combining top-notch service with a flexible, wide-ranging loan service, Bridging Funding presents a top choice for bridging finance customers.

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Bridging Funding
4th Floor
75 Wells Street
London
W1T 3QH

+44 207 993 5678

bridgingfunding.com

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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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