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BiG Property Finance

BiG Property Finance

Birmingham based property finance company offering short-term bridging loans & development finance.
Bridging loans
Joint ventures
Development finance
Business Overview


About us

BiG Property Finance are a provider of short-term secured loans, offering a unique and fresh approach to lending to property owners, investors and developers.

What makes BiG Property Finance different?

We are a Private Company owned by high net worth individuals who invest their own funds into your projects.

We are not a broker and aren’t reliant on finding investors or high street lenders to fund your deals.

An offer from us means that funds have already been allocated to the proposed loan.

Each member of the team has experience in property development and investment as well as finance. We understand the needs of our borrowers and the issues that can arise in buying, developing, refurbishing, selling and refinancing property because we have experienced them first hand.

Aside from finance, we also add value to your project through advice and support, and we make sure that our loans provide sufficient cover for as many circumstances as possible.

Complex transactions do not intimidate us!

We offer a variety of products that are flexible, designed to suit the varied requirements of our borrowers and the equally differing deals that they bring.

Our approach is to listen to your requirements and work with you to provide one or more viable options to consider, rather than dictate terms to you. This allows us to fund as much as 100% of value or cost with loans of up to £10 million considered.

Speed is normally of the essence when you need a short-term loan and we will usually give you an answer to your application within 3 hours. Quite often, we will only need to take a few details over the phone or email to allow us to provide you with indicative terms.