Octopus Property

As a provider of finance for both the commercial and residential sector, Octopus can claim to offer products to suit almost any borrower and their needs.

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2009

Established

36m

Max term

150k - 50m

Min/Max Loan

1st & 2nd

Charges

Established lender in the bridging finance sector

Octopus Property is a well-established principal lender in the bridging finance sector and offers a wide variety of products to suit different borrowers.

Where they stand out from the rest of a crowded market is in their flexibility, and the options they provide to their clients. While most bridging lenders only provide short-term quick-fix finance, Octopus Property also allows borrowers to arrange loans of up to 3 years in duration, which helps them meet the needs of larger, long-term property development projects.

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Residential Property Loans
Commercial Finance

Term (in months):
12

Max Loan Amount:
£6m

Loan-to-value:
85%

Monthly interest rate:
2.71%

Term (in months):
24

Max Loan Amount:
£34m

Loan-to-value:
65%

Monthly interest rate:
3%

Term (in months):
18

Max Loan Amount:
£4m

Loan-to-value:
78%

Monthly interest rate:
2.8%

Term (in months):
12

Max Loan Amount:
£2m

Loan-to-value:
99%

Monthly interest rate:
7.99%

Term (in months):
24

Max Loan Amount:
£7m

Loan-to-value:
78%

Monthly interest rate:
2%

Meet the team

Your key contacts at Octopus

Benjamin Davis
Benjamin Davis

D'mitri Zaprzala
D'mitri Zaprzala

Nick Westoby
Nick Westoby

James Nunn
James Nunn

Dominic Gibson
Dominic Gibson

Ludo Mackenzie
Ludo Mackenzie

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Contact Octopus

Octopus Property
33 Holborn
London
EC1N 2HT

0800 294 6850

octopusproperty.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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