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Brexit and the Housing Market

Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty last week, opening negotiations between Britain and the European Union with a view to Britain's leaving by March 2019. The issue

An Uncertain Budget for Bridging Loans and Property

Towards the start of Wednesday’s Budget – his first, the first to be delivered after the referendum and the last to be delivered in the Spring – Philip Hammond recalled

Business Rates and the Effect on the Property Market – Budget Update

On the 8th of March, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Budget. He had hoped, with Brexit dominating Westminster, that it would be a  'low key' occasion. However, a

Brexit and the Property Market – Pre Article 50 Analysis

With a comfortable majority for their bill in the House of Commons, it now looks as if the British Government’s ambition of triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by

Bridging Loan News Update – March 2017

Demand for Bridging Finance has soared during the final quarter of last year according to the latest data released by the Association of Short Term Lenders (ASTL) These newly revealed

Could Bridget Jones still afford her flat in Borough Market?

Tiger Bridging takes a look at Bridget Jones and the property market today Even through a collection of mistakes and mishaps, Bridget Jones got one thing categorically right; the flat she

Bridging Loans and Brexit – End of Year Review.

Tiger Bridging look back over the year analysing the impact of Brexit With buy to let tax changes and the Brexit vote, it’s been an eventful year for the bridging

How a Bridging Loan Can Help Your Business

Bridging Loans can be used for a number of commercial requirements If you have a property opportunity that requires funds to be available at very short notice, then a bridging

House prices: ‘We’re still waiting for sharp Brexit blow’

How will the Brexit vote affect the UK property market? It would seem there is consistent resistance, thus far, to the feared Brexit crash. With official figures showing property transaction

Bridging Loan News – A Game of Two Halves

What will happen with bridging finance after the shocking Brexit Vote? Ah, those halcyon pre Brexit days, happily ensconced as an important if awkward member of the dysfunctional EU family.