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Brightbuy is a principle lender offering bespoke short term funding solutions for a broad range of clients and property based transactions.

Our core lending market is residential investment property and we cater for investment purchasers seeking funding in a very short space of time. We strive to structure a short term loan to satisfy your requirements and you can always expect quick decisions and competitive rates.

Clients use our short term funding for properties which require refurbishment, which are not currently mortgageable or which are dramatically below market value and require 7 or 14 day completions.

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