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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGULATED AND UNREGULATED BRIDGING LOANS

Unregulated Bridging loans for business purposes are often used when mainstream mortgage funding may not be available or practical for the project i.e when you only need short term finance or you need to do some refurbishment work to increase the value of the property, to then sell or refinance on a buy to let mortgage.

Bridging loans are classed as regulated if you or a close family member have lived, or plan to live in the property. This also includes if you use a bridging loan to bridge the gap when buying a new home while waiting on your current home to sell. These bridging loans are only available for a loan term of 12 months. Evidence of a mortgage DIP/AIP to repay the bridging loan balance would normally be required before receiving a formal loan offer. Note, only brokers authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), such as Tiger Financial, can arrange these bridging loans.

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WE ARRANGE SHORT TERM PROPERTY BRIDGING LOANS AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE

AT TIGER FINANCIAL, WE SPECIALISE IN GETTING THE LOAN YOU NEED, AT A PRICE THAT’S RIGHT, WHILST DELIVERING MARKET LEADING SERVICE.

As a leading bridging loan and development finance broker, we invest time to fully understand your business strategy and funding requirements. Using our granular knowledge of the industry, we will guide you through the finance maze.

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