When you become part of Bridge Help Ventures, you access exclusive short-term, asset-backed investment opportunities, that deliver highly attractive returns of up to 8% within 12 months or less, and include quarterly interest payments throughout the term of your investment.
Ventures clients typically include individuals, institutions and family offices who are looking for alternatives to the current low interest rates.
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We fund alongside, or in front of, Investors in every deal, providing assurance that we have full confidence in our credit process.
As well as being a straightforward process, one of the numerous benefits of becoming a Bridge Help Ventures Investor is that you will receive quarterly interest payments throughout the term of the loan. Additionally, there are no upfront or ongoing investment costs compared to owning your own investment property.
To find out more about the investment opportunities available with Bridge Help Ventures, please get in touch with us today.
Below is a small selection of our current opportunities available NOW which offer investors attractive returns.
We can fund alongside or in front of, investors in every deal – you choose. Additionally, there are no hidden or ongoing investment costs compared to owning your own investment property. To find out more about the investment opportunities available with Bridge Help Ventures, please get in touch with us today.
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To discover more about how you can access attractive short-term investment opportunities with Bridge Help Ventures, speak to me, Bridge Help’s CEO Chris Sellars, today.
Information obtained from Bridge Help Ventures does not constitute legal, financial, tax or other advice or recommendation in relation to a funding opportunity. Investors’ capital is at risk if a borrower is unable to repay. The return on any funding opportunity is dependent on a number of factors and cannot be guaranteed. Co-Funder loans are not protected by government compensation schemes (such as the Financial Services Compensation Scheme in the UK).