A private bank owned by Société Générale that offers financial services from offices throughout the United Kingdom and Channel Islands
Kleinwort Hambros is a private bank owned by Société Générale that offers financial services from offices throughout the United Kingdom and Channel Islands. Although focusing on private banking for high net worth individuals Kleinwort Hambros offers some of the most competitive pricing across bridging finance.
Your key contacts at Kleinwort Hambros
8 St James's Square
+44 207 597 3000
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.
Bridging loans can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Perhaps the most common purpose is to allow you to buy a new home or business premises before you have sold your existing property. They can also be used by investors to buy property at auction, landlords to acquire buy-to-lets, developers to acquire and renovate properties and businesses to raise working capital. There are a myriad of different uses and Bridging.com can help to find the best loan for you.
Loans generally range from £10,000 to £50M with smaller or larger amounts provided on an exceptional basis. The value and equity within the property or properties you are securing against will determine how much you can borrow. The maximum loan to value (LTV) currently offered by most lenders ranges between 65-80%
In general most bridging loans will fall between 0.5% and 1.5% per month although occasionally they can be either slightly cheaper or slightly more expensive. Each loan is priced on risk with particular attention paid to the property, its location and the strength of your exit strategy.
Bridging.com can help you secure a bridging loan tailored to your own unique circumstances in a matter of days. We can guide you through the entire process from initial enquiry to funds being released in the shortest possible timeframe.