Need to arrange a bridging loan as a short-term funding option? Bridging loans typically used by property buyers to cover the shortfall when buying a new property and waiting for a traditional mortgage to be approved or capital to be released from the sale of their current home.

Bridging loans can be beneficial in several circumstances but are generally speaking, aimed at experienced landlords and property developers, including those purchasing at auction. If you would like to know more about bridging loans, take a look at our bridging loans and advice page.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for an answer to your individual circumstances you can start by reading our most frequently asked questions here and if we’ve not answered your question let us know and our mortgage experts will reply within a day.

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