Finance firm expands into Scotland with bridge loan ‘energy product’

Altrincham-based specialist financial lender Mint Property Finance has launched in Scotland as the business continues to deliver on its ambitious expansion plans.

This decision heralds the introduction of the company’s third Power Product – the Scottish Standard Bridging Loan.

This is the company’s first foray into the Scottish market and follows significant growth in England and Wales.

The standard bridge for the Scottish market is available on loans ranging from £75,000 to £1,000,000 with higher loans being considered in city centres, no minimum tenor, cosmetic works permitted, foreign nationals accepted and rates from 0.40% wm.

Speaking at the launch, Andrew Lazare, Founder and Managing Director of Mint Property Finance, said: “Increasing our bridging offering to brokers and borrowers in Scotland is the next logical step in the evolution of the business.

“We are delighted to enter the market with such a competitive product.

“We have set out our ambitious growth plans and see the Scottish market as an area where we can grow our business and continue to provide our best service and prices to a wider audience.”

He added: “2021 has been an exceptional year for us, a year that has seen our loan records broken month after month.

“We believe we can significantly increase our loan completion volumes with this move and look forward to announcing relationships with key Scottish partners in due course.”

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