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Distressed bridging

Distressed bridging is by no means the most common form of bridging however can be just as required if not more so that the other variants available. Distressed bridging is used when, for one reason or another, an applicant’s personal circumstances have changed and they are now in a position where they may be repossessed.

A bridge can allow for the applicant to sell on their own terms so that they don’t lose out completely on the financial aspect of the sale.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some forms of Buy to Let, Tax Planning, Wills, Bridging Finance, Secured Loans, Trusts, Commercial & Overseas Mortgages or Conveyancing.

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