Regulated vs Unregulated bridging loans - what's the difference?

By Georgia Galloway | Tuesday 17th October | 1 minute read

What's the difference between an unregulated and a regulated bridging loan?

Put simply, a regulated loan is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Also commonly known as the FCA.

Whereas an unregulated loan is not.

But what does this mean to you and which type of bridging loan do you require?

Our video gives you more insight into the difference between unregulated and regulated bridging loans.


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