Refinancing Bridging Loans

Refinancing Bridging Loans

When your bridging loan is nearing its end of term, but you're not ready to exit it through sale or a longer term financing solution, we can offer fast refinancing and 're-bridge' your existing loan.


Why choose us...

Immediate decision in principle

Immediate decision in principle

All credit circumstances considered

All credit circumstances considered

Completion possible in 10-14 working days

Completion possible in 10-14 working days

Rapid rebridging available

Rapid rebridging available


Who can apply to refinance their bridging loan? 

As long as your asset(s) are in the UK our property development finance is open to both UK and foreign nationals including onshore and offshore borrowing vehicles.

So whether you are an individual, trading limited company, SPV limited company, or charity, as long as you are the legal property owner, or will be once the property transaction has completed, then we can obtain the funding you require without delay.


Lending Criteria

Loan to value (LTV):
  • up to 65%


  • 1st & 2nd charges available

Loan term:

  • 3 to 12 months


  • England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland

Loan amount:

  • £26,000 to £25m

Interest options:

  • serviced, retained, rolled-up

Interest rates:

  • from 0.75% per month


  • immediate


  • 10-14 working days

Exit strategy:

Shaun Taylor

Shaun Taylor

Head Of Business Development

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Speak with me today, I’ll help structure the rebridge for you

No ifs no buts I’m here to help. If your current funding's soon to expire we can help refinance your bridging loan.

Book a call 02037 807610

Get started

We've a straight-forward hassle-free application process and can usually confirm almost immediately whether your rebridge application is likely to be successful.

Contact Us 02037 807610


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