Bridge Loan

A bridge loan is short-term funding used until an individual or a company acquires permanent financing or repays an outstanding obligation. Bridge loans have short tenures ranging up to one year. In real estate, the chief property acts as collateral for bridge loans. These loans have higher interest rates and they generate immediate returns which are riskier than other financing alternatives.

Investors can use bridge loans toward purchasing a newer property while they upgrade and stabilize their existing asset and sell it afterward.

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