You have a property and a goal for it. You may have a design to build up to a larger scale, you may aim to change the purpose of the building, or you may simply wish to give the property a fresh facade. Whatever your goal is, we can help you to reach it with property refurbishment finance.

We are Affirmative Finance. A member of the Council of Mortgage Lenders, we are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and we provide secure bridging loans to private individuals, property developers, business and companies — indeed to all those who need fast short-term finance to complete their refurbishment project.

When you can use property refurbishment finance

We have supported many customers with a variety of different considerations with our bridging loans. Whether it is securing a property, covering unexpected gaps in funding, or anything that stands in the way of a deal completion – we surmount the obstacles and get you back on the road to success.

In the past, customers have used property refurbishment finance for:

How refurbishment finance helps

When financing a refurbishment with a bridging loan, you can borrow between £10,000 and £5 million to:

  • Get fast funding when the bank lets you down – finance to get a deal to completion
  • Make use of environmentally friendly options – become more sustainable
  • Create the dream property – finance to make the building match your ideals
  • Make a lasting investment – refurbishment adds value to the property

Fund your refurbishment

If you need fast finance, we can help you fund your refurbishment as a provider of bridging loans.

To find out more, contact our Manchester office by email or on 08000 44 84 84. We will talk about your situation and the project. Where you meet the conditions you will get the funding you need to refurbish your property and continue along the road to success.

Some loans may be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). If your loan is regulated we can deal with your application. It must be submitted through an FCA regulated intermediary.