Bridging Loan Directory unveils new look website
By Bridging Loan Directory -
Bridgingloandirectory.co.uk has today announced the launch of its new look website with the addition of a number of new features including ‘Ask an Expert and a new ‘Case Studies’ page.
Online directory www.bridgingloandirectory.co.uk is aimed at IFAs, mortgage brokers and lenders that are serious about securing fast and effective solutions for short term bridging and development finance. The site is a leading source of industry news and information for the intermediary market place.
Bridgingloandirectory.co.uk offers a comprehensive list of key companies specialising in bridging loans and development finance for a multitude of purposes – from property development to buying a new house or paying an unexpected tax bill – so that intermediaries can select bespoke solutions for their customers.
Tony Sanchez, founder of bridgingloandirectory.co.uk said: “A mainstream bank may take some months to put together a loan for a borrower, whereas an experienced bridging finance company should be able to advance a loan within a couple of days.
“In the current climate, demand for bridging and commercial finance continues to grow and so the bridgingloandirectory.co.uk is keen to offer brokers and intermediaries access to some of the most trusted and reliable providers in the marketplace today.”
Mr Sanchez added: “Bridgers and commercial financers are fulfilling a real need in today’s economic environment, where appetite to lend amongst the mainstream community is still low.
“While a bridging loan is advanced to a borrower in a much shorter time-frame than a traditional bank loan, most bridging finance companies will still carry out the same level of checks on the transaction as a bank, including obtaining an independent valuation on the property, and conducting due diligence on the borrower’s circumstances.
“Bridgingloandirectory.co.uk is a quick and simple tool to assist brokers in finding the right financial products for their clients – with instant decisions and direct access to funds.”