HSBC Bridging Loans vs Revolution Finance Brokers

29 May 2020

HSBC Bridging Loans vs Revolution Finance Brokers

Revolution Brokers are not your average high street lender; we are not confined to a restricted number of products and work on your behalf to achieve the best possible deals for your business.

Low-Cost Bridging Loans

If you need a fast bridging loan, you need it to be low-interest, tailored to your needs, and sustainable. We provide all three, with lucrative deals available exclusively to Revolution Broker clients.

We work alongside the biggest lenders in the market, as well as specialist niche investors to combine our expertise to offer the most favourable terms and lowest rates achievable.


Bridging Loan Brokers

Working with a broker as your funding partner gives you open access to the lending market. In the current climate, there is a wealth of opportunity for the taking with lenders competing to offer the most attractive products.

Revolution Brokers work as your partner; we find the ultimate deals to future-proof your business and are fully FCA authorised to give you the confidence to partner with our professional team of consultants.

As a broker, there are no restrictions on the deals we can strike or the products we can access. Our team utilises this flexibility to negotiate agreements that provide the best opportunities for your finance needs.


Fast Bridging Loans

When you need expedited funding, turn to us. Whether you need short-term finance to finance a new property investment, are experiencing delayed sales income, or require a facility to realise the equity in your home, we have the right solutions for you.

We are proud to offer bridging loan rates that are typically lower than anything else on offer across the UK market!


HSBC Bridging Loans vs. Revolution Finance Brokers

Revolution Finance Brokers understand that high street names are familiar and comfortable. In line with this understanding, we have created tailored bridge loans providing lower costs than HSBC, and with the same levels of security and speed.

Bridge lending itself is secured against the equity in your property portfolio and can be used to raise finances against residential homes, commercial properties or development projects as required.

We offer, in line and beyond the capacity of UK market leaders:

Bridging finance of £25,000 - £15,000,000
The lowest interest rates achievable in the UK market
Expedited service to release funds fast
Support with auction finance when time is of the essence
Immediate help with cash flow crises when you need it most

Future-Proof Bridging Loans

Whatever your requirements, we have the solution. Revolution Brokers recognise that one size does not fit all, and that off the shelf products don't provide tailored financing to best suit your needs.

The property market is currently a buyers market, and the ideal time to snap up your dream home with lower rates, lower prices and faster processing than ever before. 

We are also seeing businesses looking to be creative about their trading in the post-pandemic climate and capitalise on opportunities to flex their capacity and invest in new stock products - but while also managing revenue delays and delivery lags.

Bridging loan finance provides a golden opportunity for investors, homebuyers and businesses alike to be dynamic in strategising, and leverage property equity to make the best of potential - and Revolution Finance Brokers are on hand to make your aspirations a reality.

Give us a call or drop us an email today - 0330 304 3040 and

Contact us now to discuss your personal options, Revolution Finance Brokers specialise in commercial and residential finance in Essex, Kent, London and Hertfordshire.



Almas Uddin

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