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Coutts Bridging Loan 

Clifton private finance

We specialize in bridging loans on residential and commercial property transactions in the UK

Getting the right finance in place at the right time is essential for a successful property transaction which is why bridging finance is a popular choice.
  • We can source market leading bridging finance from £50,000 to £25m
  • Short term finance solutions for property downsizing, chain breaking, auction purchase, development and refurbishment
  • Bridging finance can be arranged quickly with flexible terms up to 24 month
  • Can be secured over multiple assets to maximise funding
  • Interest and fees can be rolled up into the finance to help cashflow
  • We provide a friendly, professional service to help you get the money you need at the best available rates
Call us on 0117 244 5566 to discuss your requirements
Recent

Property Finance Deals

Bridging Loan to Downsize to Retirement Property Before Current Home Sells
Bridging Loan to Downsize to Retirement Property Before Current Home Sells
Area
Bristol
Capital Raised
£400k
Short Term Finance from Private Bank Secures £1.6m Colchester Home at Low Interest Rate
Short Term Finance from Private Bank Secures £1.6m Colchester Home at Low Interest Rate
Area
Colchester
Capital Raised
£800k
Bridging Loan to Buy Property During Divorce While Waiting for Family Home to Sell
Bridging Loan to Buy Property During Divorce While Waiting for Family Home to Sell
Area
Cheshire
Capital Raised
£700k
Bridging Loan to Pay Inheritance Tax Bill Before Selling Inherited London Property to Cover Costs
Bridging Loan to Pay Inheritance Tax Bill Before Selling Inherited London Property to Cover Costs
Area
Central London
Capital Raised
£360k
Bridging Loan to Secure Property Requiring Planning Permission, Split Titles and Refurbishment Before Refinancing
Bridging Loan to Secure Property Requiring Planning Permission, Split Titles and Refurbishment Before Refinancing
Area
Scotland
Capital Raised
£910k
Complex Property Purchase in Wales £300k Under Value Secured with 12 Month Bridging Loan
Complex Property Purchase in Wales £300k Under Value Secured with 12 Month Bridging Loan
Area
Wales
Capital Raised
£960k

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 Coutts Bridging Loan Service

What is a bridging loan?

Bridging loans offer short term borrowing and are intended to fill a temporary shortfall in cash, either when other funding falls through or is not immediately available. Many high street and private lenders offer bridging loans, including Coutts through their private banking division.

Bridging finance is typically used for buying or developing property, although other uses are possible. Loan terms are normally 1-12 months, but longer loans can be arranged where required.

You can borrow similar amounts to a mortgage, but bridging loans can usually be arranged much faster and secured on property that is considered unmortgageable.

Benefits of a Coutts bridging loan

When you apply for a bridging loan from Coutts, you can benefit from:

Reasons for using bridging finance

There are various situations where a bridging loan may be appropriate:

Our bridging loans service

Clifton Private Finance has a team of experienced, specialist bridging finance brokers who offer:

To discuss your bridging finance options call us on 0117 244 5566
For an idea of the kinds of deals we can arrange, take a look at our latest Bridging Finance Case Studies.
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