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Welcome to Sure Finance, Specialist Bridging Loan Brokers. We provide rapid bridging loans funding for Property Chain Breaks, Property Development, Auction Purchases and Renovations and Refurbishments. Rates as low as 0.5% per month.

Why Sure Finance?

Rates from just 0.47%

Rates from just 0.5%

No monthly repayments

No monthly repayments

Same-day decisions in principle

Same-day decisions in principle

Payouts within 72hrs

Payouts within 72hrs

Bad credit applications welcome

Bad credit applications welcome

Borrow up to £25 millionBorrow up to £25 million

Rates from just 0.47%

Rates from just 0.5%

No monthly repayments

No monthly repayments

Same-day decisions in principle

Same-day decisions in principle

Payouts within 72hrs

Payouts within 72hrs

Bad credit applications welcome

Bad credit applications welcome

Borrow up to £25 million

Borrow up to £25 million

Sure Bridging Finance

Are you seeking fast access to funds for your property ventures? Look no further! Sure Finance, your specialist Bridging Loan broker, is here to assist you in securing the best bridging loan deal tailored to your needs. Whether you’re a homebuyer, property developer, or investor, our bridging finance solutions provide a swift cash injection, bridging the funding gap until your goals become reality.

Bridging Loans Explained

Bridging loans, also known as bridging finance, are short-term secured loans against property. They serve to provide quick funding while waiting for other financial events to occur. As a dedicated Bridging Loan broker, we offer a broad range of options, with interest rates based on the security property, loan to value, and your individual circumstances. The best deals are usually available for loans against residential property at 50% loan to value (LTV) or below.

How Bridging Loans Work

At Sure Finance, we make the bridging loan process simple and efficient. Once your bridging loan is arranged for a term of 1-18 months, you receive a lump sum for your property purchase or refinance. Our lenders often ‘roll up’ the interest charges into the loan, eliminating the need for monthly interest payments during the term (retained interest). Repayment of the bridging loan is typically funded through the sale of your property or by taking out a remortgage, with your exit strategy guiding the process.

Versatility of Bridging Loans

Bridging loans are incredibly versatile and serve various purposes. Whether you’re buying a property at auction, undertaking property refurbishments, purchasing an unmortgageable property, or bridging the financial gap before selling your existing property, Sure Finance has the expertise to find the perfect solution for you. As a Bridging Loan broker, we secure loans for individuals, partnerships, LLPs, limited companies, offshore companies, foreign nationals, and even pension funds.

Advantages of Bridging Loans

Speed, flexibility, and cash flow management are some of the significant advantages of bridging loans. At Sure Finance, we ensure quick approvals, often within 3 days to 2 weeks. Our bridging loan interest rates, starting from 0.50% per month, are highly competitive in today’s market. Additionally, with no monthly interest payments and the ability to lend against unmortgageable properties, bridging loans offer the financial flexibility you need.

The Right Choice – Sure Finance

When it comes to bridging finance, Sure Finance is your reliable partner. We understand your property aspirations and your need for fast and flexible funding. As your dedicated Bridging Loan Broker, we work tirelessly to find the best deal tailored to your specific requirements. Our commitment to transparency, expertise, and personalised service sets us apart in the bridging finance market. Partner with Sure Finance, and let’s build the bridge to your property success together!

Contact Sure Finance today by completing our short enquiry from – we’re here to help you turn your property dreams into reality.

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Fantastic friendly service straight forward no messing around. Can’t thank you enough.

Frequently asked questions

A bridging loan, also known as a ‘bridge loan,’ serves as short-term funding to bridge financial gaps, such as facilitating the purchase of a new home before selling the old one or acquiring a property at auction without having sold your current property yet. These loans are secured against assets, typically properties.

Bridging loans can be arranged swiftly, typically within 3 days to two weeks, depending on the deal’s complexity. Having the necessary paperwork readily available and working with an experienced solicitor may expedite the process.

Bridging loans are available in two types: ‘closed’ and ‘open.’ Closed loans come with a fixed repayment date, while open loans offer greater flexibility but are generally expected to be repaid within one to two years. Lenders require a clear repayment strategy, such as using equity from a property sale or securing a mortgage.

Bridging loans come with monthly interest rates, typically ranging from 0.50% to 1.6%, making them more expensive than regular mortgages. Additionally, borrowers should consider additional setup fees, usually around 2% of the loan amount.

Borrowing amounts vary from £25,000 to over £25 million. Generally, borrowers can access up to 75% of their property’s value, and the loan type (first or second charge) impacts the maximum amount.

Applying for a bridging loan is simple. As bridging loan brokers with access to a wide range of lenders specialising in various funding options, you can take the first step by completing our short application form. A member of our team will then contact you at a time convenient to you.

Frequently asked questions

A bridging loan, also known as a ‘bridge loan,’ serves as short-term funding to bridge financial gaps, such as facilitating the purchase of a new home before selling the old one or acquiring a property at auction without having sold your current property yet. These loans are secured against assets, typically properties.

Bridging loans can be arranged swiftly, typically within 3 days to two weeks, depending on the deal’s complexity. Having the necessary paperwork readily available and working with an experienced solicitor may expedite the process.

Bridging loans are available in two types: ‘closed’ and ‘open.’ Closed loans come with a fixed repayment date, while open loans offer greater flexibility but are generally expected to be repaid within one to two years. Lenders require a clear repayment strategy, such as using equity from a property sale or securing a mortgage.

Bridging loans come with monthly interest rates, typically ranging from 0.50% to 1.6%, making them more expensive than regular mortgages. Additionally, borrowers should consider additional setup fees, usually around 2% of the loan amount.

Borrowing amounts vary from £25,000 to over £25 million. Generally, borrowers can access up to 75% of their property’s value, and the loan type (first or second charge) impacts the maximum amount.

Applying for a bridging loan is simple. As bridging loan brokers with access to a wide range of lenders specialising in various funding options, you can take the first step by completing our short application form. A member of our team will then contact you at a time convenient to you.

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Sure Finance is a trading style of The Hub Branding Consultancy Limited. Registered in Scotland. Registered Office: 89 Seaward Street, Glasgow, G41 1HJ. Co Reg No. SC346006 . Sure Finance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority No 816876.

Sure Finance is not a lender but is an authorised credit broker which introduces borrowers and lenders for the purposes of entering into a lending agreement.

Sure Finance does not charge customers a fee for using its broker services, but it receives a commission from lenders or other brokers if a customer enters into a consumer credit agreement with a lender or broker following an introduction through this website.

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