Rates from 0.75% per Month & Xmas Offer

Rates from 0.75% per Month and Christmas Hamper Offer from Mint Bridging

Bridging lender, Mint Bridging, today announced that it has over £30m to lend in November and December and is offering a luxury hamper on all new loan enquiries received from Monday 6th November, on loans that are fully completed before the 14th December 2017.

This offer is open to new and existing brokers and introducers. Mint Bridging also announces that rates now start from 0.75% per month.

“We have £30m to lend and in November and December and are confident we will meet this lending target, we like to reward our brokers and introducers and everyone loves a luxury hamper at this time of year” said Sinead Moynihan, Head of Sales.

“Once again it is testament to the team’s dedication and expertise, that we are able to consistently lend these volumes. Our team of six underwrites are ready to accommodate all enquiries. With a maximum loan size of £5m, we are looking forward to some high value opportunities.”

Managing Director, Andrew Lazare added “We have had an amazing year and have broken all our targets for lending.  I am continually delighted by the progress we have made during 2017 and we’ve been steadily developing our business month on month. We think it’s only right to reward our current loyal brokers and introducers and hopefully get some new ones along the way.”

Mint Bridging has been operating since 2011, offering uniquely structured, handcrafted short-term bridging loans (up to £5 million) to be used towards property purchases, refinance, second charge loans or development projects. As the business is privately funded, lending decisions are not dictated by third party financiers, resulting in their brand strategy generating faster loan conversions.

For brokers looking for a fast, flexible and original approach to borrowing, Mint has a team of 30 people with six mandated underwriters. Its sales team is headed up by Sinead Moynihan and underwriting team by Richard Showman. The business is run by Andrew Lazare and industry magnate Mark Abrahams.