Interest Rate

An interest rate refers to a percentage charged on top of the total loan amount you borrow.

For example, if you borrow £100,000 and have an interest rate of 1%, you must pay 1% of that amount over a fixed period. 

You can pay the interest at the end of a loan term, otherwise known as rolled-up interest, or the lender can deduct the interest from the gross loan amount before you receive the funds, known as retained interest.

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Acre Lane Capital
Broadoak Private Finance
Funding 365
Oakbridge
Agility Bridging
Apex Bridging
Hope Capital
Interbridge
Mintbridging
Together
Barton
Bath & West
The Bridging Group
Focused Lending
Lendinvest
MFS
Octane Capital
Proplend
Bridgecrowd
Tuscan Capital
West One
Whitehall Capital
Zorin Finance
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