As part of its new wider short-term funding offering, Tuscan Capital has entered the commercial lending market with the launch of its first-ever product dedicated to property landlords and developers operating in the sector.
Funding 365 has executed a £3.2 million 75% LTV finish and exit loan at a rate of 0.78% per month - with no admin or exit fees - to complete the development of 14 new build houses in Lincolnshire.
YBS Commercial Mortgages is kicking off the new year with changes to its product range which will benefit brokers and their clients.
Specialist asset-based lender Ultimate Finance has strengthened its relationship with HSBC extending their Asset Finance wholesale funding facility of £60m
YBS Commercial Mortgages has made changes to its lending criteria this week to resume lending in the leisure sector, as the economy continues to recover from the pandemic.
SimplyBiz parent company announces major distribution partnership with Aviva and Aviva Investors
Hampshire-based, Quaestus Yachts, is to turn the concept for its new 60-foot luxury yacht into reality with help from a £650,000 working capital injection from Reward Finance Group.
Bank North obtained its banking licence in August 2021 and has made a lot of progress in their first quarter, with the commencement of lending the next big milestone in the coming months.
Market Financial Solutions (MFS) has completed the first loan as part of its new buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage proposition.
Lawrence Stephens’ Real Estate Finance team has completed a £5 million corporate bridge on behalf of long-standing client, Lendhub.
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