Kuflink is a bridging lender that specialises in the fast provision of short-term finance to a variety of businesses, through their innovative P2P funding model.

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50k - 2m

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Innovation is key in the financial sector, and Kuflink is one of the few lenders to truly capitalise on the capabilities of “FinTech”. By focussing on a particular segment of the market, Kuflink has been able to develop a range of products which meet the particular requirements of their clients, moving extremely quickly to satisfy their demands for short-term finance.

Where Kuflink shine is in their proven track record of arranging bridging finance in record time; as any developer knows, real estate is a highly competitive field, and the company which can move the fastest is often the one to win business. Kuflink enables businesses of all sizes to exploit opportunities as soon as they arise, by sourcing and providing funding in record time.

Driving commercial development at this pace isn’t easy, and Kuflink has had to break new ground to make their vision a reality. The creation of their bespoke P2P lending platform in 2016 is an industry first, which allows individual investors to fund bridging loans of up to £1 million (though Kuflink Bridging always funds the first 20% of each loan). Thanks to this, Kuflink were awarded the Business Product Innovation of the Year at the 2017 Business Moneyfacts Awards ceremony, beating industry giants like Lloyds and Santander and also Best Specialist Finance Provider of the year at the 2017 Property Wire Awards.  

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21 West Street
DA11 0BF

+44 147 433 4488


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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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