Despite increased regulation, the industry has had many new entrants over the last two years. However, bridgers must be wary of there being a greater amount of funds available to borrowers than the number who actually need them.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2017 -- In the recent past, it has been analyzed that the bridging loan industry has seen many new entrants. To understand the sector in a precise manner, a new study has been added to the vast database of Market Research Hub (MRH). The research report is titled "U.K. Bridging Loans -July 2017", which discusses the market size and trends prevailing in the U.K. market. Further, a forecast analysis is also presented which enlightens the readers about the future status of the bridging loans scenario in the concerned region.
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A bridge loan is a form of a short-term loan, typically taken out for a duration of 2 weeks to 3 years pending the procedure of larger or longer-term financing. Such type of loan is usually called a bridging loan in the United Kingdom or a "caveat loan". The research report starts with the executive summary which drops light on the market size in an exact manner. It has been analyzed that, new regulation and recent business uncertainty has dampened growth, however, the industry remains positive. This fact has been presented through a figurative statistics which focuses on the U.K. Bridging Loans Market Value, in Aggregated Loan Balances, 2013-2017, (Billion). Moreover, the report reveals that mortgage delays continue to represent the most common use of bridging loan.
The later section of the report highlights the market trends which include rising levels of regulatory measures driving the number of regulated bridging loans. Moreover, it is noted that bridging interest rates continue to fall with no sign of a slowdown in competition, in addition to the slow flow of SME finance which continues to provide lending opportunity. As the report proceeds, the readers can access knowledge about the market factors which serve as a beneficial source of data for the investors. Some of the prime market factors include aspects such as Brexit uncertainty that will affect the lending environment and has eventually led to strategic changes following a squeeze on funding lines.
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The following section talks about the forecast analysis; it is spotted that aggregated loan balances forecast to rise by 49% to 2022. Further, it is analyzed that, strong, persistent investor interest in the commercial sector will drive growth for the U.K. bridging loan industry. The report also analyzes the sector based on key insights and market positioning. Later, the U.K. economy is also studied, with the inclusion of inflation as a prime evaluation facet. The concluding section of the report mentions the company profiles of the major players from the sector. Some of the prominent players mentioned in the report are ALTERNATIVE BRIDGING CORPORATION, BOOST CAPITAL, AMICUS FINANCE etc.
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