Break The Chain With Bridging Finance!

Are you stuck in a property chain? Are you worried you won’t meet the deadlines of your seller or could be forced to sell at a lower price?

A cash buyer is in a stronger position and you could secure the purchase of a property even if you’ve yet to sell your own. Or you could bypass a slow moving chain and move more quickly through the process.

A bridging loan could be the ideal solution. With automated valuations up to 60% loan to value and lending up to 75% against the security (the property), it might be worth considering.

Please call 07814647845 to talk through your dilemma.

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