Commercial Bridging Loan

A commercial bridging loan is a short-term loan backed by commercial property. 

They can be used to buy property as an investment, as a company location, or to cover operating costs. 

Borrowers must have a plan in place to repay their bridging loans, such as converting to a commercial mortgage or selling their home. 

A bridging loan can be used by a company to swiftly buy a commercial property. This property might be used to run a business out of, or it could be used as an investment to sell or lease following refurbishment. 

Commercial bridging loans can be used to purchase a variety of commercial properties, including: 

  • Public restrooms 
  • Units of production 
  • Stations selling gasoline 
  • Units of commerce 
  • Offices 
  • Garages 
  • Warehouses 
  • Homes for the elderly 
  • Agricultural structures and farms 
  • Schools 
  • Dentists and doctors 
  • Hotels 

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