Quick, easy process
No financials and in some instances no credit checks required.
Wide range of options
Loans from $200k to $20M, 1 week to 1 year. Funded in as little as 48 hours.
Up to 70% loan to value ratio financing.
Tailored finance options
Access top-tier non-bank lenders for flexible finance options that won’t tie you down.
How can Wefund help?
If you’re a property developer or business owner seeking a short-term loan, Wefund can help. We support clients who need financing at competitive rates when timing is critical, for example, to cover a settlement gap or a construction shortfall. This will be increasingly relevant as credit terms and financing availability tighten as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and the expected post-coronavirus recession.
Wefund’s property development expertise and our custom proprietary finance platform give you access to fast and transparent non-bank construction finance when the banks – and even non-bank lenders – increasingly say no.
When can we provide a bridging loan?
You have a settlement gap, or working capital shortfall
Your existing lender has changed deal terms
Your existing lender failed to provide funding
The property value has fallen
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Why use Wefund for your bridging loan?
We offer fast, transparent non-bank property and development finance through our pre-qualified pool of over 72 lenders.
We’ve reinvented the way property developers and business owners obtain construction finance. Our platform streamlines the lending process using the latest technology for quicker, more reliable, and secure construction funding. This process is based on a proven structure used by Australia’s best commercial brokers.
Wefund is more than just a technology platform, however. Our specialist team reviews and helps structure applications before they are presented to the most appropriate lenders on our platform. After reviewing all the information, lenders are then free to submit their terms to finance a deal.