- Regulated bridging finance is where the person borrowing the money live, or have lived, in the property that we’re trying to secure funding against.
- Unregulated bridging finance basically covers everything else, from commercial units to land or development funding.
Help Funding the Purchase of Assets & Property
Bridging finance is a type of lending which is used to fund the purchase of assets, generally property, in a short period of time or used where a conventional mortgage may not be suitable. Depending on what you’re looking for, bridging finance comes under two different headings: regulated and non-regulated:
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