If you’re in need of a short term loan to finance a conveyancing project, bridging could prove to be a valuable funding tools and we have the legal expertise to make it happen.

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So what is a bridging loan?

A bridging loan, or a short term secured loan as it is also known, is a method of financing the purchase or refinance of a property for a short period of time.

In other words this short term loan “bridges the gap” until the buyer is in a position to finance the purchase in a more typical manner (e.g. with a standard mortgage).

There are many situations where bridging could provide a suitable alternative:

  • You’ve found your dream property but cannot sell your current one
  • You’re buying a property at auction and need a faster turnaround than mainstream lenders can offer
  • You’re purchasing a property in need of refurbishment and a mainstream lender will not lend due to its current state
  • You’re buying property off-plan
  • Your previous mortgage offer has expired and you’re unable to get another one confirmed in time.

Our services

By trusting Goldsmith Williams with your bridging, you’ll get:

  • Fixed costs so no nasty hidden surprises
  • The whole process explained from the start
  • Friendly and knowledgeable staff
  • Regular updates by phone and/or in writing as your case progresses.

Bridging loans should never been seen as a long term finance option because, as you may expect, it can be an expensive alternative. Goldsmith Williams advises anyone considering a bridging loan to be fully aware of the risks involved and to have a realistic exit strategy.

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Was very happy with the service received from Goldsmith Williams, Thanks to Gemma Bower for sticking with my very lengthy home purchase till the end !

Mr Patel - 10/10 (Purchase)