Rikvin Capital is a private equity firm based in Singapore. We have years of experience providing real estate bridge loans to locals and foreigners in Singapore and the United Kingdom.
A bridge loan is a type of gap financing arrangement wherein the borrower can get access to short-term loans for meeting liquidity requirements. It is often used to meet current obligations, while permanent financing is being secured. Bridge
loans are meant to “bridge the gap” until the borrower secures a mortgage or a long-term loan. These bridge loans are customarily secured against residential, commercial, or industrial properties.
With access to in-house funds, Rikvin Capital assures our clients a quick decision making process. This is further enhanced by our use of technology and dedicated underwriters who are consistently working to provide the best possible solution.
Loan Eligibility Criteria
- Accredited Investors
- Complex structure
- All countries except sanctioned states
- United Kingdom
- Serviced monthly
- Interest rolled up
- A combination of both
What is an Accredited Investor?
An Accredited Investor is an individual whose net personal assets exceed in value the minimum amount of SGD 2 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) and in determining whether an individual’s net personal assets exceeds the minimum
amount, the estimated fair market value of an individual’s primary residence less any outstanding amounts in respect of any credit facility granted to the individual that is secured by that residence, shall not account for more than SGD
1 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) of the minimum amount.
An Accredited Investor also is someone whose income in the preceding 12 months is not less that SGD 300,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency).
Find out if you qualify as an accredited investor.