First 4 Bridging to host specialist lending seminars
First 4 Bridging (F4B) has announced that it is hosting a triple-header of specialist lending seminars across the country.
These will be held in conjunction with a number of specialist finance providers and focus on bridging, complex buy-to-let, holiday lets, development loans and commercial finance.
The seminars will take place at the Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel on Tuesday 14 September, Novotel Leicester on Wednesday 15 September and Novotel London West on Thursday 16 September.
All the events start at 9am and finish around 12pm. Each venue has the capacity to hold up to 30 attendees and the Manchester and Leicester venues both come with free parking.
Numbers are limited, for further information and to register email [email protected]
Lender attendees currently include:
- MT Finance
- Octane Capital
- Castle Trust
- Hope Capital
- Masthaven Bank
F4B’s presence across the UK has grown in recent years and the packager has established close working relationships with intermediaries, introducers, service providers and private lenders around the country to bolster its already extensive range of specialist lending solutions.
In February 2021, F4B expanded its intermediary proposition with the launch of the F4B Network. This came on the back of demand from advisers who have utilised the packagers vast expertise across the specialist lending markets.
Donna Wells, pictured, Director at F4B, commented:
“Building relationships, understanding individual lending propositions, realising the benefits of working with a trusted packaging partner and identifying specialist lending scenarios remain key for advisers when it comes to growing their business.
As we tentatively return to some kind of ‘normality’, integrating physical events back into the mortgage calendar – in a safe and responsible manner – will play an important role in this process.
These seminars have been driven by the appetite shown by our intermediary partners and we hope they will prove to be a great success.”