At MT Finance, we believe a bridging loan should either make or save you money.
The biggest selling points of a bridging loan compared to mainstream lending are speed and flexibility. MT Finance is often able to make lending decisions within hours of initial enquiry and release funds in a matter of days, preventing property investors and business owners from missing out on time-sensitive opportunities that come their way.
MT Finance offers first charge and second charge bridging loans for investment or business purposes. We also take a view on all credit histories, including borrowers with CCJs and a history of arrears. We do not require a minimum credit score, accounts or proof of income – instead, we focus on the property and your future plans.find out more
- Rates from 0.65%
- 1st & 2nd charge loans
- Loans from £50,000- £10,000,000
- Up to 70% LTV
- Terms from 1-24 months
- Residential, commercial & semi-commercial property
- Adverse credit, CCJs and arrears considered
- No up-front fees, no exit fees, no ERCs
- No credit scoring
We will review your enquiry and if our criteria matches your requirements, we will review and respond with an Offer in Principle (OIP). We can usually provide you with an OIP within 2 business hours. If you're happy with our offer, simply sign it and email it back to us.
We will instruct a RICs surveyor from our panel to value all properties offered as security for the loan – our valuation reports are typically produced within 72 business hours. Whilst we wait for the valuation report, we will need your solicitor’s details.
We will send your solicitor our Checklist of Requirements. If the valuation report is acceptable for the loan to proceed as per the terms agreed, we will confirm this to your solicitor and then issue the mortgage deed for your witnessed signature.
Once our solicitor is in receipt of all satisfactory replies and supporting documentation, we are ready to go! Within 24 hours of receipt of the report on title, we arrange the transfer of funds to your solicitor to complete the transaction.
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MT Finance is a leading property finance lender, specialising in bridging loans and auction finance.
Since we were set up in 2008, we are proud to have assisted numerous property professionals, business owners, and individuals with their finance requirements. Our reputation in the market excels for delivering fit-for-purpose short-term loans at speed, and our approach to lending is something we have been consistently recognised for within the financial services industry.
With no up-front fees, no early repayment charges or exit fees, MT Finance will always help you access the most competitive rate, tailoring a solution to fit your financial requirements.
Bridging loans are used by people who may be looking to grow a business or complete on a property on a tight deadline. This includes individuals, businesses, property developers and investors.
If applying for a traditional mortgage or loan may take too long or you are looking to avoid property chains, bridging can provide a fast and effective solution to ‘bridge the gap’ between the purchase of a something and the point of sale.
Perhaps you want to buy a property for development purposes, but cannot wait for a mortgage to come through or want to beat other investors to the punch, bridging can be an effective solution to bridge the gap.
Or if you are looking to buy a property at auction, you can access funds within 2 to 4 weeks and secure the deal.
Once you have purchased the property, you may look to develop it, re-sell it or rent it out and when the loan term is complete (1 to 24 months), you can repay your bridging loan or refinance under new terms.
To be eligible for a bridging loan, you must be a UK resident, have a low income-to-debt ratio and have organised plans and an exit strategy for the property you are looking to purchase.
MT Finance is non-status lender, meaning that we will take a view on all credit histories and will base our decision on the value and potential in your property development and your plans for it.
Every property will be subject to a valuation and approval.
At MT Finance, we believe a bridging loan should either make or save you money. We offer first charge and second charge bridging loans for investment or business purposes and will also take a view on all credit histories, including borrowers with CCJs and a history of arrears.
We do not often require a minimum credit score, accounts or proof of income – instead, we focus on the property and your future plans.
Every property will be subject to a valuation and approval. MT Finance accepts security on residential properties, commercial properties or mixed residential/commercial assets.
Unacceptable property types include land/ care homes/ places of worship/ schools/ trading pubs and hotels/property that is not based in England or Wales.
As an unregulated lender, MT Finance cannot provide a second legal charge on a residential property where you or family members live, if the loan is not for business purposes.
The fees for bridging loans will vary depending on the type of property, its size, condition and whether it is first charge or second charge.
The fees will generally include:
Interest rate – charged by the lender
Arrangement fee – charged by the lender
Valuation fees – charged for the survey
Legal fees – charged by the solicitor
Broker fees – charged by the introducer
Exit fees – charged by the lender to leave early
Bridging loans with MT Finance are typically approved within a few days and funded within 2 to 4 weeks. This can be quicker or longer depending on the circumstances and features of the property.
If you are looking to purchase property at an auction, it is common to get approved terms from the bridging lender before you attend the event.
The main benefit of a short-term loan is the speed at which funds can be delivered. Where a mainstream bank may take several months to put together a loan for a borrower, MT Finance is able to make lending decisions within hours of initial enquiry, so funds can often be released within days, preventing you from missing out on any time-sensitive opportunities that come your way.
With instant decisions in principle and a streamlined process with no lengthy application forms, MT Finance is here to get your short-term loan completed in a matter of days.
In the event that you cannot repay your bridging loan or your development works are taking too long, your property may be at risk of repossession or you may have the option to refinance under different terms.