Central Bridging are a major bridging finance provider with access to their own funds, a hugely experienced underwriting team and an established track record.
Bridging finance is a highly competitive sector where Central Bridging have earned a reputation as one of the most reliable and respected firms. Through a combination of competitive lending rates, flexible terms and conditions and a thoroughly professional attitude, Central Bridging have demonstrated their ability to consistently meet and exceed the needs of their clients.
Central’s product range includes loans for a wide variety of business purposes, including solutions to taxation, insolvency, probate, inheritance tax and a wealth of other creditor issues as well as more pro-active uses such as capital injections for a variety of purposes and the acquisition of properties. They lend against both residential and commercial properties and are also happy to fund high quality developers and development projects. The wide-ranging nature of Central Bridging’s product portfolio is only possible thanks to their long track record, the expertise they have developed and their unprecedented mix of private, institutional and bank backed funding lines.
In addition to providing finance for business borrowers, Central Bridging also cater to the needs of international investors and ex-pats. This form of finance demands an exceptional attention to detail and draws strongly on Central Bridging’s close association with several leading London and international law firms whose expertise ensures that Central’s products can be specifically tailored to resolve even the most complex problems.
As a principal lender with complete autonomy to make all decisions in house Central Bridging regularly completes cases in days rather than weeks.
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