What's the difference between 1st & 2nd charge bridging loans?

By Georgia Galloway | Monday 8th January | 1 minute read

A charge on a property simply contains the details of any burdens affecting that property.

  • A 1st charge bridge is the principal loan on a property, and it takes precedence over all other charges.
  • A 2nd charge loan, meanwhile, is secured against a property that already has a loan or mortgage outstanding.

Technically there’s no limit to the number of charges you could have on a property, but it’s typically not more than three.

Watch our video and you'll quickly and easily understand the difference between 1st and 2nd charge bridging loans.

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