Bridging loans for short term finance

If you need cash quickly to invest in your business, a commercial bridging loan can help. The short-term finance can provide funding to help with cashflow, purchase new stock or buy new commercial premises.

If you are looking to buy property, securing a mortgage when you’re self-employed can be tricky.

However, a commercial bridging loan has flexible lending criteria and is designed to support companies, partnerships and trusts.

You can have the option to expand your business and invest in its future.

Buying commercial property at auction

Buying property at auction can be a very quick process. With only a 28-day time frame to complete the purchase, getting a conventional mortgage can be difficult.

A bridging loan offers quick access to funding so you can buy the property with plenty of time to spare. You can then arrange a mortgage to fund your property over a longer term.

Who can we help?

We can arrange commercial bridging loans for companies, trusts and partnerships across the UK. Whether you’re working in retail or running a hotel, you can get the finance you need in a short space of time. We offer our services to help fund a number of commercial properties, including:

  • Shops
  • Restaurants
  • Offices
  • Retail parks
  • B&Bs
  • Hotels
  • Pubs
  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Doctors/Dentists
  • Workshops

Every bridging loan is unique and is designed to meet your financial needs. If you are unsure whether you are eligible, speak to one of our advisers who can review your personal situation.

Contact an expert advisor

A specialist broker, like Commercial Trust, can search a wide range of products to find one suitable to your needs and circumstances. 

For more information, visit our commercial bridging loan page or contact us. If you’re interested in the other finance we offer, visit our bridging loans section.

This information should not be interpreted as financial advice. Bridging loan rates are subject to change. Speak to our advisors for a loan illustration.