Bridge Loan

July 23, 2014  |     |     |   0 Comment

A bridge loan is generally a short-term loan offered to a business to cover an unusual expense or a decline in revenues.

Sometimes borrowers use bridge loans as initial financing for a project like a real estate venture prior to getting full long-term financing from traditional lenders. Some business buyers use bridge loans to fund the first 90 days of taking over a new business.


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