You are probably aware that there are numerous commercial lending schemes available so it is important that the correct one is chosen to meet the needs of your business. In this respect, in this section of our website, you will find information about a number of lending schemes that we trust you find of benefit.
So, if you are looking to purchase some commercial premises with the help of a commercial mortgage or invest in new machinery supported by a business loan you have started your search in the right place.
Please select a service from the list below for more information.
Large Reduction In Bridging Finance In 2020
It is probably not a surprise to read that the amount lent by way of bridging finance in 2020 dropped significantly here in the UK when comparing the figures with 2019 according to statistics published by Bridging Trends. So, let us look at the figures in Bridging Trends infographic in a little more detail. The […]more
Gross Bridging Lending Increases In Q3 2020
There was a big rise in the total gross bridging lending figure in Q3 2020 when compared with Q2 2020. One of the reasons for this may be due to the relaxation by the government on how much stamp duty is payable at the moment. Until 31 March 2021, on residential properties sold for a […]more
Large Fall In Bridging Advances In Q2
It will probably not come as a surprise to read that the amount of new money lent by way of bridging loans in the second quarter of 2020 fell significantly when compared with the first quarter of this year. One of the reasons for this will no doubt be due to COVID-19 that may also […]more
What Happened To Bridging Finance In 2019?
According to the most recent Bridging Trends infographic, gross bridging lending in 2019 by the contributing lender and contributing packagers totalled £732.7 million with this being a reduction of £34.2 million when compared with 2018. Whilst this news will come as a disappointment to some, in reality, it could be argued that it is only […]more
Minimal Drop In Gross Bridging Lending In Q3 2019
According to the latest Bridging Trends infographic produced covering the third quarter of 2019 there has been a small reduction in the amount of gross bridging lending here in the UK. In Q3 the figure was £181.64 million whereas in the previous quarter it was £184.82 million. This is a drop of £3.18 million. The […]more
Q1 2019 Sees Drop In Bridging Loan Advances
According to the Bridging Trends infographic produced for the first quarter of 2019, there has been a fall in the total gross amount of lending by way of bridging advances in the first quarter of 2019 when compared with the last quarter of 2018. The Bridging Trends document is produced using data provided by the […]more
Gross Bridging Lending Goes Up In Q3
According to the Bridging Trends infographic produced for the third quarter of 2018, there has been another rise in the amount of gross bridging lending when compared with the previous quarter. The total amount of gross bridging lending made by the lenders and packagers providing data for the infographic in the third quarter of 2018 […]more
Bridging Finance – What Happened In 2017?
For quite some time, we have been providing periodic updates about certain statistics relating to the bridging loan sector. This information was originally produced on the Bridging Trends website with the lenders contributing being mtf, Brightstar, Short Term Finance, Positive Lending and Enness. There is now some bridging finance data relating to the whole of […]more
Drop In Gross Bridging Lending In Q3
According to the Bridging Trends infographic covering the third quarter of 2017 there has been a small reduction in the amount of gross bridging lending made by those lenders contributing to the infographic when compared with the second quarter of 2017. In Q3 of this year gross bridging lending amounted to £142.75 million whereas in […]more
Second Quarter Sees Increase In Bridging Lending
According to the Bridging Trends infographic there was a significant increase in the amount lent by way of bridging loans during the second quarter of this year. It was pleasing to see that the figure rose from £118.79 million in quarter one of 2017 to £150.07 million. For around two years, the main reason why […]more