Bridging loans are used to “bridge a gap” by providing capital quickly until a more long-term and usually lower interest solution can be found. These loans can be used in situations such as paying for lease extensions, buying a property at auction, refurbishing a property before putting it on the market or paying for unexpected bills.
If you require short term finance that can be arranged within a short timescale, a bridging loan could be the best option for you.
At Rotheras we can provide advice and guidance on the process of secured lending and taking out a bridging loan, so you fully understand the nature of the deal and feel protected at all stages.
Whether you’re a borrower looking to obtain finance or a lender looking to provide finance, our bridging finance team are well-placed to help you and can advise on all aspects of loan transactions.
We act for both borrowers and lenders and as a result are aware of the requirements of both sides.
We have significant experience of bridging loans so are appreciative of the urgency involved in obtaining this type of finance, and can work to tight timescales.
We will be transparent about our fees from the start and will ensure you are kept updated on any progress at all stages of your matter.
We can draft and advise on loan agreements, including drafting standard or more bespoke documents, which are often required when funding developments projects over a certain period of time.
When acting for lenders we can assist with due diligence and draft/produce required documentation.
When acting for borrowers we work to satisfy the agreements and conditions of the lender and can review and advise on documentation.
We have connections to several independent financial advisors we can put you in contact with for obtaining a bridging loan.
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Partner & Head of Commercial Property
Tom Redgate is a commercial property specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras and is located at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.
Antony Fyson is a Partner and heads up the Long Eaton branch Office of Rotheras Solicitors and offers clients a wealth of expertise in commercial property and conveyancing matters.
Luke can advise clients on a wide range of commercial and residential property matters.
Fiona Moore is a commercial property and residential property specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and is located at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.
Joshua Morley is a Trainee Solicitor currently in the Commercial Property department and is based in the Lace Market office.
Emily Kevan is a residential property and commercial property paralegal at Rotheras. She is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham city centre.
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