Short-Term Property Loans

Short-Term Property Loans

IBN Direct are delighted to offer short-term property loans to borrowers with real estate security. We can offer short-term property loan facilities in as little as 48 hours for terms from one week to three years.

Short-term property loans are ideal for:

  • Meeting a time-sensitive urgent settlement
  • Taking advantage of business opportunities to purchase stock at favourable terms
  • Land banking
  • Purchasing business assets
  • Clearing tax debt – when part of a larger transaction
  • Refinancing an existing lender
  • Expense pre-payment
  • Bridging Finance
  • Clients in receivership
  • Clients with distressed assets

Short-term property loans are secured against real property assets and are ideal where a quick turnaround is required. Where you have a short settlement timeframe, a special short-term offer from a supplier or the opportunity to purchase your new property before your existing property has settled, a short-term property loan will fit the bill.

The team at IBN Direct have the skills and experience to quickly assess your proposal to determine whether a short-term property loan will meet your needs.

But what about valuations?

In many cases, a valuation may not be required. Many lenders are now choosing to use a combination of desktop and drive-by valuations (this will not be the case in every scenario) making the process of obtaining a valuation quick and painless.

We can assist you with structuring your proposal in the most appropriate manner to secure an approval.

Small to large businesses can access short-term property loans from $300,000 to $10 million with higher amounts to $300 million on application.

Generally, your short-term property loan will have a term of up to 12 months. If required, we can assist you in securing longer term finance once your initial need has been met.

So, what are you waiting for? Contact us now to get started!

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