How Do I Pay Back A Bridging Loan?

When applying for a bridging loan, you need to plan an exit from the facility – a way of paying back the outstanding balance in full on the date agreed.

The exits most used by borrowers include:

  • the sale of the property on which security was taken
  • the securing of a buy-to-let or HMO mortgage (following any renovation work if any)
  • the sale of property to a third party either as a whole or of some or all of the stand-alone units created during renovation, conversion, or development
  • the arranging of another loan like a occupier mortgage or a buy-to-let mortgage the proceeds of which are used to repay your funder
  • revenue from a third party source or a client (for example, payment of a large invoice)
  • expected proceeds from an inheritance
  • maturing of an insurance policy
  • selling of property owned by you or your business
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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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