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With rates starting from 0.69% and our commitment to fast, flexible finance we can promise and deliver timely solutions to your clients

We specialise in Bridging Finance for Property Owners and Investors in the UK

Reduced Interest Rates Now Starting from 0.69%
Dual Representation
AVM’s Can Be Considered
Use of Title Insurance
Lending on Below Market Value Properties
Reduced Solicitors & Underwriting Requirements

Ascot Bridging Finance: Your Partner in Short-Term Bridging Finance

We understand the crucial need for swift and reliable financial options to support your next property deal. With rates starting from 0.69% and our commitment to fast, flexible finance, we promise and deliver timely solutions tailored to your clients’ needs.

Our team of experts is dedicated to supporting brokers and clients by offering a comprehensive range of products designed to meet diverse client needs. We ensure you have all the information and tools necessary to seize every opportunity and deliver exceptional service to your clients.

Our bridging finance loans come with flexible terms ranging from 3 to 18 months, each offering unique features to suit various financial scenarios. Whether your clients need short-term funding to navigate a challenging period or to capitalise on a new opportunity, we have the right solutions.

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Most Popular Questions

Bridging finance is a short-term loan designed to provide immediate funds while waiting for more permanent financing or the sale of an asset. It is commonly used in property transactions to 'bridge' the gap between the sale of one property and the purchase of another.

Bridging loans are usually available for terms ranging from a few weeks to 12 months. Some lenders may offer longer terms, but bridging finance is generally intended as a temporary solution.

Bridging finance is often used for:

  • Property purchases, especially at auctions.
  • Funding renovations or refurbishments.
  • Bridging the gap between the sale and purchase of properties.
  • Business purposes, such as urgent capital requirements or paying unexpected bills.

There are two main types of bridging finance:

  • Closed bridging finance: This has a fixed repayment date, usually aligned with the completion of a known event, like the sale of a property.
  • Open bridging finance: This does not have a fixed repayment date, although there will be an agreed timeframe, usually up to 12 months.

Key features include:

  • Short-term duration.
  • Lending where term mortgages are not available.
  • Quick access to funds, often within a few days.
  • Flexible lending criteria, with focus on the value of the property used as security.

Interest on bridging loans is typically higher than standard mortgages due to the short-term nature and risk involved. It can be paid in one of three ways:

  • Serviced: Pay the interest each month.
  • Rolled-up: Interest is added to the loan and paid at the end of the term.
  • Retained: Interest for the full term is deducted from the loan amount upfront.