Bridging lender, Mint Bridging, announces today that they are offering a price guarantee on their products for loans: If new and existing clients find a competitor that offers the same product at a cheaper price, Mint will beat those terms. All clients need to do is make a note of the product, its price, the competitor, a copy of the credit approved terms and inform Head of Sales, Sinead Moynihan. Sinead’s team will verify the details and beat the terms.
Alternatively clients can email their DIPs to Sinead at: Sinead.email@example.com
Offering the best service, deal and price for introducers is at the heart of everything that Mint Bridging does. This new offer is open to new and existing introducers and initially available until 30th April 2019. Pending results and feedback of the ‘lowest price guaranteed’ promotion, Mint Bridging may continue this offer indefinitely.
Managing Director, Andrew Lazare confirmed, “We have launched our ‘The Gloves Are Off’ campaign based on the current market conditions. We know that brokers and introducers come to us because of the service we offer and we can now guarantee that they’ll also get the best price all day, every day.”
“We have a lot of money to lend and are aggressively continuing to grow our loan book. To do that, we’re going head to head with our competitors on price,” added Sinead. “Mint doesn’t want to lose any deals on cost so we’ll do everything possible to ensure this doesn’t happen. Send me your DIPs, quote offer reference MB0219 and I’ll do the rest.”
Please contact Sinead or Andrew at 0844 415 6500. Terms & Conditions Apply.
Mint Bridging has been operating since 2011, offering uniquely structured, handcrafted short-term bridging loans (up to £5 million) that borrowers use to fund property purchases, refinance, second charge loans or development projects. As the business is privately funded, third parties do not dictate lending decisions. This results 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. Sinead Moynihan heads up the sales team, while Richard Showman manages the underwriting team. Andrew Lazare and industry magnate Mark Abrahams run the business.