One loan took three days to be delivered after the application was received, with the longest taking a fortnight.
The completions included two first charge bridges for refurbishment purposes on homes in London. A £1.5m loan was secured on an unmodernised house in Putney valued at £2.5m, and a £470,000 loan on a Victorian terrace in Stockwell, worth £650,000.
Century Capital also provided a £870,000 first charge to the owner of a house in Kentish Town worth £2m, and a £500,000 second charge loan to the owner of a £6.5m home in Hampstead.
Paul Munford, CEO, Century Capital, said his team has 15 years’ experience in the field and an ‘equity-focused’ approach to lending, which is why the loans could be approved so quickly.
He added: “To complete on four loans in under a fortnight and on the same day is what bridging finance is all about.”