Interim financing

Interim financing is a short-term loan (up to 24 months term), usually a bullet loan. Thus, there is no repayment. Compared to a normal annuity loan, interim financing is more expensive.

Interim financing is used, for example, if you want to buy a new property and sell an old property, but you cannot finalize the sale until the purchase price of the new property is due

Interim financing

Your capital will be paid out later, but you need it ASAP? Looks like you might require interim financing to replace your equity capital temporarily. Click here to learn more.

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