Fast finance to satisfy your short term borrowing needs

What is a Bridging loan?

Bridging loans provide immediate cash flow so you can quickly fund investment in property.   

It can be used to remedy a lack of finance and so ‘bridge’ the gap when carrying out one of the following:


  • Residential purchases (chain breakers)

  • Commercial property purchases

  • Purchases at Auction

  • Refurbishment and renovation of unmortgageable properties

  • Self Build

Seek specialist advice to ensure you get the finance you require, and products without lenders fees and redemption penalties.

How can we help?

Our team has years of 20 years' of experience in dealing with bridging mortgages. This is frequently with clients in unusual and difficult circumstances so we are happy to help you regardless of your situation, and find you a fitting lender in a short time frame.  

Access to high street lenders at COMPETITIVE RATES

Bridging Enquiry Form
Ready to get started? 
Alternatively give us a call on
01275 399299  
Dave Stephenson  

Fully qualified to give advice. Dave has run Manor Mortgages for almost 20 years and had 20 years financial experience before founding his own company. 

Vanessa Burnell

Executive Underwriter Manager. 17 years at Manor and 9 years L&G running mortgage desk. Locates lenders for cases and processes through to offer, providing a truly bespoke service.

Contact our team now

01275 399299

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