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Funding your property auction purchase
Buying a property at auction is very different to traditional purchases. Completions happen much faster, so it often pays to arrange your finance before the auction gets into full swing.
After all, you’re the legal owner the moment the hammer goes down – and you’ll typically have only 28 days to provide the balance of the purchase price.
We work with Together, who are well-versed in the world of short-term finance. Their experts are on-hand before, during, and after the auction to help you turn the funds around within a tight time-frame.
They will finance many of the more out-of-the-ordinary lots that appear at auction, including mixed-used opportunities, unusual properties, and building plots lacking planning permission.
Bidding with confidence
If you’re investing in a residential or commercial property, or plot of land, at our auctions, speak to Together about arranging any short-term finance you need to complete your purchase.
Make an enquiry today.
Together’s auction finance rates start from just 0.49% per month, and they pride themselves on rapid funding - unlike some high street lenders’ processes, which can drag on.
Auction finance at a glance
Get an in-principal decision, in minutes
Together can pre-approve a short-term loan before – and even during – an auction, without affecting your credit file. It’s simple, free, and takes less than five minutes.
If you've already seen a property you like, contact Together now.
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