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Shariah Bridging Finance

Clifton private finance

We specialise in sourcing bridging finance on residential and commercial property transactions in the UK

 

Looking for Shariah a bridging finance to fund a property purchase, planning or development.

We can source:

  • Shariah bridging finance from £100,000 to £10m
  • Finance to value (FTV) up to 75%
  • Net finance to cost (FTC) up to 75%
  • Profit rate - 1% pm
  • Term: 1 to 12 months
  • No early repayment charges
  • First charge only
  • Finance for individuals, Limited Companies, LLP's and Partnerships
  • Properties in England & Wales
  • We provide a friendly, professional service to help you get the funding you require

UK bridge finance in accordance with universal Islamic Finance principles.

Through our market knowledge we can deliver enhanced, bespoke or exclusive terms based on your requirements.  

Call us on 0117 959 5094 
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Shariah Bridging Finance

Written bySam O'Neill & Sam Hodgson

Our Shariah bridging finance service offers:

To find out more about getting Shariah bridging finance call Clifton Private Finance now on 0117 959 5094.

How Does It Work?

The Islamic Borrowing structure used is termed “Commodity Murabaha” which is based on a Deferred Sale and Purchase of a Commodity (usually a Metal).

The difference between the Sale and Purchase Price represents the cost of Finance to the Borrower. Neither the Borrower, nor the Lender, actually take any risk of price fluctuation in the underlying Commodity.

To start, the lender buys a Contract on the Commodity at the market price today and transfers the Contract to the Borrower. The Borrower immediately sells the Contract for Cash at the same price. The Cash Proceeds represent the Loan from the Lender to the Borrower. The Borrower agrees to repay the Cash Proceeds from the Sale of the Commodity with a Fixed Profit Margin to the Lender (representing the Lender’s cost of Finance) over an Agreed Period (the Term of the Loan).

At the end of the term, administration fees are payable in accordance with the Lender's standard fee tariff to cover their administration costs.  No early settlement penalties are payable when the Lender's Share is purchased by the Customer before the end of the agreed term. The Customer is responsible for their own solicitor costs, stamp duty and other conveyancing charges at outset and on settlement.

Next step

Finding the best deal for your needs can be time-consuming and confusing. At Clifton Private Finance, our brokers have access to the whole of the market, so we can always find you the best possible deal on your bridging finance.

Call us today to discuss your requirements on 0117 959 5904
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