At Fortescue Capital we have an expert finance team that have worked at some of the UK’s biggest corporations. We are principal lenders for short term bridging finance between £100k to £10m and offer a bespoke service to our clients needs. As every project has its own unique attributes and our team will use their expertise to find the perfect solution for you at the most competitive rates available.
Our extensive range of bridging loans have been developed to provide finance for a wide range of borrower needs. As a leading bridging finance provider since 2019, the Fortescue team have an industry reputation for providing a personalised approach to lending resulting in an extensive portfolio of bridging loans. Our highly experienced underwriting team provide the speed and flexibility needed to help get your clients’ projects safely over the line when the timing is critical.
Bridging loans are short term finance, normally lasting up to 12 months and are a great solution for borrowers who need finance temporarily and quickly. They are ideal for refinancing, auction purchases, property refurbishment and acquiring land or semi-commercial/commercial assets.
Ideal for purchases, refurbishments or refinances of residential properties that are either used as a principle primary residence or for investment purposes.
Short term finance for purchases and refinances of both commercial and semi-commercial properties.
Finance for purchases and refinances of land both with and without planning permission.
A bridging loan is a short-term interest-only loan available to those that need immediate access to capital. Usually used for a property purchase, it is a loan to ‘bridge’ the gap while other finance (such as a mortgage) is secured by the borrower. Bridging finance is secured, meaning the borrower uses property (or land) as security to the lending institution.
A ‘first charge’ is the primary mortgage or loan secured against a property. This takes precedence over all other finance secured against it. However, if there is sufficient equity in the property, a ‘second charge’ loan could be secured against it.
Since bridging loans are for the short-term, each client must have a plan in place to pay off the loan. This is known as an ‘exit route’. A viable exit route is a must on all bridging loan applications.
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– An individual who has signed, within the period of twelve months ending with the day on which communication is made, a statement to confirm they have an annual income of not less than £100,000, or net assets, excluding their primary residence, of not less than £250,000.
– An individual who has a written certificate within the last 36 months by an FCA Approved Person confirming that the Investor is sufficiently knowledgeable to understand the risks associated with engaging in investment activity in non-mainstream pooled investments.
– An individual who has signed, within the period of twelve months ending with the day on which communication is made, a statement to confirm that they have sufficient knowledge to understand the risks associated with engaging in investment activity in non-mainstream pooled investments.
In order to proceed, you must first confirm that you are one of the following types of investor.
If you do not meet any of these criteria, you must not proceed any further.