Intermediaries

TAB is a provider of UK residential and commercial bridging loans. Our experience means we can be flexible with our valuations and consider projects that more traditional lenders would not.

TAB intermediaries

We understand that every borrower is unique and the role of the broker is to find a suitable lender. At TAB, we have the property market experience to recognise potential where traditional lenders see risk. We have the flexibility to consider the broad spectrum of a borrower’s circumstances.

We are eager to grow our network of experienced industry professionals and we welcome project recommendations from brokers. We can provide swift access to the capital that your borrower needs to complete their projects.

Contact a member of the sales team today.

TAB knows the value of keeping things simple and transparent for everyone. You can learn more about the team here.

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Frequently asked questions

This depends on the type of loan you are wanting to take out but typically our minimum is £100,000 and maximum is £10m.

At TAB we know that every borrower is unique. We have the flexibility to consider the broadest range of circumstances and the property market experience to recognize potential where traditional lenders see risk. - Refurbishment/redevelopment loans of all for properties of sizes and complexity - Developer exit loans for completed and nearly completed projects in need of extra finance - Auction completing loans - Commercial bridging loans to expand property portfolios - Mortgage bridging loans, when traditional lenders can’t complete quickly enough.

You can get in touch with the sales team here.

Due to the short term nature of a bridging loan, the sum of money borrowed is due for repayment according to the terms that are agreed upon before the loan is completed. Interest is charged on bridging loans which is calculated on a monthly basis. Interest can be paid in one of two ways. Either monthly (serviced) or retained (unserviced). Retained means the total cost of the interest will be rolled up and added to the initial lump sum borrowed and due for repayment at the end of the loan term.

For more information you can view our full list of frequently asked questions here.