Market Financial Solutions cuts bridging loan rates


Paresh Raja MFS

Market Financial Solutions (MFS) has updated its lending guide for Q4 2021, with rates lowered across a range of products.

The bridging lender is now offering rates of 0.95% for commercial bridging loans at 60% LTV, and 1.09% on commercial loans at 75% LTV. These rates are down from 0.99% and 1.15%, respectively.

MFS has made identical changes to its semi-commercial bridging products. It has seen greater interest in both the commercial and semi-commercial markets in recent months.

The company is currently offering loans in excess of £30 million (those over £30 million will be decided on a case-by-case basis), including complex cases, to satisfy increasing demand for large loans. Every case has its own dedicated underwriter.

MFS has also updated its rates on second charge loans. For loans at 50% LTV, it now offers a rate of 0.89% (down from 0.99%); at 60% LTV it is 1.09% (down from 1.15%); and at 70% LTV it is 1.19% (down from 1.25%).

The London-based company, which celebrates its 15th anniversary in Q4, is committed to continuously improving both the competitiveness of its products as well as its transparency, with no hidden costs on its loans.

Paresh Raja, CEO of MFS, said:

“The stamp duty holiday has ended, and the property market is likely to undergo a period of transition between now and the New Year.

For MFS, we always want to ensure our products are a perfect fit for where the market demand is – we are seeing increased interest in commercial and semi-commercial investments, as well as for larger loans, so we have improved our offering in these areas.

MFS will very soon turn 15 years old, and this constant desire to improve our products and the way we deliver them has been fundamental to our growth and success over the years.

We know there is no room for complacency in the market, and we show how much we value brokers and property investors by providing a completely transparent, upfront set of rates, along with an exceptional service.

These latest changes to our lending guide reflect those commitments.”