Property bridging finance Zimbali
As one of the leading property bridging finance lenders in the business, we pride ourselves in creating long-term client-lender relationships.
If you’re looking to purchase a new home but your existing Zimbali Coastal Estate home up the North Coast still hasn’t found a buyer, you should consider bridging finance which helps you fund the purchase of your new property before your existing estate home has been sold. You don’t miss out on buying the home you really want just because you have to wait until you’ve sold your existing one.
Bridging finance is becoming an increasingly popular source of finance for those looking to raise money for a property purchase under a tight deadline, we at Bayside Finance Solutions can provide the funding you are looking for.
Property bridging finance explained
Bridge financing is a cheaper alternative to private lending, while being just as fast and with underwriting that is flexible. Both are non-standard loans acquired due to short-term or uncommon situations. A bridge loan term may be closed, only available for a pre-determined time, or open with no fixed payoff date. There may be a required payoff after a specific date.
Here at Bayside Finance Solutions, unlike other bridge loan lenders might do at Zimbali, we don’t perform extensive credit checks on our clients. The approval process takes mere days and once you’re deemed a viable candidate, you’ll have the money significantly quicker than you would with a traditional lender. These interim financing services have been designed to assist property owners and real investors with financial solutions that offer quick solutions in challenging cash-stripped situations.
Accessing bridging finance can be accessible in around 2 to 4 weeks, compared to a mortgage from a bank which could take several months.
In case your existing home takes longer than expected to sell, and to help reduce your total loan amount, it is prudent to continue making repayments so you’re not left with a hefty lump sum to pay back. Bridging finance can be a tricky form of finance, so it’s worth getting advice from a someone who knows their business when it comes to mortgage to ensure you understand all of our loan requirements.
Bridging loan for Zimbali residents
Bridging finance is always secured against a property
A property bridging loan is worked out by adding any debt owing on your existing Zimbali property to the value of your new home, and then subtracting the potential sales price of your existing home.
The amount that is left over is known as the principal and in most cases during the bridging period you’re only required to pay back the interest calculated on the principal.
Interest will be compounded monthly though at the standard variable rate and added to your principal or ongoing balance. This amount will become your mortgage on your new property once your existing home has sold.
Before considering a bridging loan, it’s recommended you have at least 50% of your existing home’s value in equity, in order to avoid paying a sizeable amount of interest.
Bear in mind that during the bridging period, you’re essentially paying off the interest on two properties, so selling your existing home is a priority
What are the benefits of bridging finance for your Zimbali Coastal property?
Property bridging finance takes away the pressure of having to match up settlement dates, letting you sell your house without worrying about losing it entirely. It is the best way of buying the home you want immediately without having to wait, letting you secure a new property without having to spend days or weeks worrying about selling your existing house first. It is also an ideal option for finance if you’re considering building a new home at Zimbali while you live in your current home.
A mortgage really isn’t an option, as this can take weeks, and getting a definite buyer for your current property may take time. This is one of the most common reasons why Bayside Finance Solutions has more and more clients wanting advice and a bridging solution, as it helps to ‘bridge’ the gap between selling and completion, enabling you to obtain your dream home.
What to think about
Get advice about bridging finance before making any decisions. There are quite a few factors to consider when deciding on whether or not bridging finance is the right option for your particular situation:
- What period of time do you need the funds for?
- What is the average time properties are taking to sell in your area?
- How soon can you get your existing home ready for sale?
- Are you building a new house or buying an existing property?
- Will you be able to meet the repayments on your current loan and your bridging loan?