Bridging loans and the relevance in the current financial landscape - TAB University S4E8
TAB University host Katrina Hindley is joined by Tony Sutton, managing director at Specialist Financial Services and Sophie Meller, one of our business development managers here at TAB. In this podcast episode they discuss bridging loans and the relevance of them in the current financial landscape.
The five questions explored in this episode are:
1. What are the risks associated with poorly funded bridging lenders? What can you look out for?
2. What is the due diligence process you undertake for selecting a reliable lender?
3. Given the rising popularity of bridging loans, how might this trend impact interest rates and terms for borrowers in the near future?
4. With the increase in institutional funding, how does this shift from high net worth investors to single parties affect the overall accessibility of bridging loans for different types of borrowers?
5. How might the current economic climate influence the demand for bridging loans, and what precautions should borrowers take to navigate potential market fluctuations?
This podcast is for information only and does not constitute advice or a personal recommendation. When it comes to financing, any property used as security is at risk of repossession if you do not keep up with your payments. If you are unsure of the risks, you are advised to obtain appropriate professional advice.
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