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What are common exit strategies for bridging loans?

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Bridging loans | Haley McPherson

A strong ‘exit strategy’ (the term used to explain how the bridging loan will be repaid at the end of the term) is vital for a successful bridging loan application. Providing your client has a credible plan for loan redemption, it’s possible to use this form of finance to solve a wide range of short-term funding problems for residential buyers, business owners and property developers alike. To help you enhance your loan conversion rate, here’s a closer look at what constitutes a strong exit strategy, together with real-life examples of how bridging loans are put to work.

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