WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"When other lenders only saw problems, Bridge Help saw a deal worth doing and went out of their way to make it work.”
"Our business was ready to move to the next level when we received a big order. It was fantastic news for us but it did stretch our resources as we had to invest in new staff and more production capacity. The banks didn’t want to help us out and we would have had to forfeit the lucrative new contract or become financially exposed had we not been able to arrange a business loan with Bridge Help. They not only reacted fast but even helped with business advice and how to leverage the loan to get the most out of it."
“The team at Bridge Help is very responsive. I can pick up the phone or email them and they get back to me straightaway. The whole process with Bridge Help was straightforward–from the valuation to actually getting the funds. The fact that Bridge Help has its own dedicated solicitors does make a real difference to the speed of the process at their end."
"My husband and I were on the lookout for a fantastic deal to start our Buy-to-Let portfolio, and when we found it I immediately got in touch with Bridge Help, who had been recommended by friends. They enabled us to get in early and snap up the property thanks to a specialised short-term loan, which we paid off when the high street mortgage kicked in. If we’d had to wait for the banks we would have lost too much time and with it the property, which is now a big part of our pension plan for the future."
"We were in the process of selling building land to a developer when our bank unexpectedly called in our loan early. A transaction of this kind takes much longer than a normal house sale. With the negotiations, reports and documentation it can take months, so we were saved by the bridging loan provided by Bridge Help. They were easy to deal with, clear and concise and their assistance helped us the interim period, making it possible to complete the sale to the developer and turning a potentially messy situation into a smooth one."