What is a Self-build Regulated Bridging Loan?

Borrowers apply for a regulated bridging loan to fund the building and completion of self-build homes (including barn conversions) when they intend to move into the property after the work is finished. 

You will almost certainly need planning permission to build a residential property on a plot of land before applying for a regulated bridging loan. If you wish to purchase land which currently does not have planning permission to build a home, please speak to us about unregulated residential bridging loans instead.

To repay a regulated bridging loan for a self-build project, you will need to secure a standard mortgage on the property on completion which you would then use to pay off the bridging loan in full.


Some of our lending partners

Acre Lane Capital
Broadoak Private Finance
Funding 365
Agility Bridging
Apex Bridging
Hope Capital
Bath & West
The Bridging Group
Focused Lending
Octane Capital
Tuscan Capital
West One
Whitehall Capital
Zorin Finance
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