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how to finance auction property with bridging loans
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How to Finance Auction Properties with a Bridging Loan

If there’s one thing you need to be before stepping into an auction, it’s to be prepared. It’s not as simple as bidding for a property and just winning it over, you need to be in a position that your finances are in order. If your organisation is there, then the rest can run smoothly…

how do bridging loans work
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How Do Bridging Loans Work?

Buying a property when your current home is yet to sell, can be beyond frustrating. However, a bridging loan can make life that little bit easier. It’s also possible to use bridging loans for commercial developments, auction finance, and other property purchases. But how do bridging loans work exactly? How do bridging loans work? Bridging

how much do bridging loans cost
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How Much Do Bridging Loans Cost?

Bridging loans are a type of short term secured finance used by landlords, developers and property owners in order to fund their next project. To work out how much a bridging loan costs, it’s important to be aware of all additional charges. On top of the initial amount borrowed, you will need to pay bridge

what are bridging loans
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What are Bridging Loans?

Buying and selling property can be precarious, stressful and often leads to heartbreak. But, by taking out a short term bridging loan, you’ll not only secure the house of your dreams but save yourself a home buying headache in the long run. What is a bridge loan? Bridging loans essentially “bridge” the gap between selling

are bridging loans still available and still exist
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Do Bridging Loans Still Exist and are They Still Available?

Bridging loans offer short-term funding, letting borrowers bridge the gap between two transactions. In most cases, bridging finance will cover you when buying one house and selling another, a commercial property purchase, or in a short-term debt situation. However, during the credit crunch of 2008, many high street lenders started to reduce their risk and

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