Stretton Capital has confirmed that it is still lending despite the nationwide lockdown caused by Covid-19 and is actively looking to do more business with both new and existing brokers. Stretton Capital is funded by an UHNW family and they have reaffirmed their commitment to the intermediary sector and are hungry to lend.
All staff are working from home and available via phone call, text or email during working hours and all systems and processes are working well and have been tested thoroughly this week.
Stretton Capital also said that they are in daily contact with their legal and valuation partners to ensure they can move quickly on a deal.
Mark Harrison, Director of Business Development, Stretton Capital said:
“We all know this is a difficult period for everyone in the country, not just in the short term lending space but across every aspect our lives.
Our aim is to ensure the health of our staff at all times whilst still supporting brokers with their bridging and development deals. Whilst all of our staff are working from home, our brokers actually won’t notice any difference or break in the services that we usually offer them and for us at least, we are going about our business as normally as we possibly can.
We are here, still lending and still hungry and with our funding model, we are confident we can meet the needs of our broker community over the coming months.”