Charterbank Capital specialise in creating bespoke bridging loan packages that meet the needs business owners across a wide spectrum of different industries
Many lenders are content to select a target market and work with the clients they know best; Charterbank Capital, on the other hand, is a highly professional lender which provides lending solutions for a wide variety of commercial sectors, from agricultural land finance to quick-purchase auction finance. This diversity is only possible with great experience, and Charterbank’s success relies on its highly professional team of lending experts.
When turning to finance, businesses need to know that their lender is able to meet the demands of their commercial objectives, and can move quickly to adapt when circumstances change. Charterbank Capital is an exceptionally agile lender, and works swiftly to create lending solutions that reflect their clients’ circumstances; Charterbank takes a holistic, forward-thinking approach to lending, and is able to create flexible loan packages tailored to each client.
Charterbank Capital is committed to a “red tape free” customer experience, and because of its short lines of communication this lender can put borrowers in touch with decision makers right off the bat. There’s no lengthy back-and-forth while middle management gets involved; Charterbank clients get the finances they need, when they need them, which makes this lender a top choice amongst businesses and investors in any industry.
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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.
A business bridging loan is a type of commercial loan that allows you to borrow money quickly over a shorter period than a typical bank loan but usually at a somewhat higher rate.
A business bridging loan can be used for a huge variety of different purposes. Most commonly they are used for major purchases such as property, for new equipment and machinery as well as to acquire stock. They can also be used as working capital and by new businesses that require a cash flow injection.
A vast majority of businesses will use property or land as security when taking out a bridging loan. There are however a small number of specialist lenders that are prepared to secure bridging loans against equipment, the value of unpaid invoices and projected future sales or even against equity in the business.