Grade 2 Listed Building – Bridging Loans & Mortgages

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This client was referred to us by an introducer and was looking to purchase a Grade II listed property with land and other outbuildings valued at just over £1m. Their attempts to raise a mortgage were proving impossible.

On completion the intention was to live in the main property, split the title and utilities and then refinance the rented cottages which would then release the money to repay the bridging loan in full.

The client has a stable, well-paid professional job and needed finance of just £235,000 as the rest was available from proceeds of a previous sale and a small gift from a family member.

When the application came to us, the client was under a great deal of pressure to complete the purchase and the vendors were threatening to pull out and re-market the property.


We successfully dealt with a number of difficult challenges including adverse credit and legal issues which provided further hurdles during the application process. We were able to complete the application on time to the client’s satisfaction, allowing him to carry out his plan successfully.


About The Author

This content was produced by our Commercial Lending Director, Gary Hemming. Gary has over 15 years’ experience in financial services and specialises in bridging loans, commercial mortgages, development finance and business loans. He is widely respected in his field and regularly provides expert commentary for specialist trade publications, specialist business press as well as local and national press.

Gary Hemming CeMAP CeFA CeRGI CSP  -  
Commercial Lending Director

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