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5 - 9 OCTOBER 2022

Bridging Loans

Bridging Loans

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A bridging loan is a short term loan which is used as a temporary loan until a more permanent finance can be secured. For example if you want to do a property up by adding value to sell for a profit, most property developers would use a bridging loan.

This is because 75% of the purchase price is likely to be covered by the bridging loan, therefore meaning as the property developer you only need to put in 25% cash towards the purchase price plus stamp duty, legals, insurance, refurbishment costs and interest expenses.

When the majority of the cost is covered by a bridging loan, it means the returns on capital invested to the property developer should be higher (as long as the planned exit is achieved).

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