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Featured in FIBA Advantage Online

Posted: June 28, 2021

 

Introducing Ascot Bridging Finance

Following the recent announcements from us at the Financial Intermediary and Broker Association, it does seem that as we grow, we are attracting more Lenders who want to take the opportunity to engage with you as a member of FIBA. However, we do like to choose who joins us and who we introduce to you, as our commitment has not changed in providing you with the best support available through our panel of Lender Partners, at the same time ensuring we bring you something different with each.

On this occasion, I would like to introduce Ascot Bridging Finance, who I first met three years ago as they began to grow their lending proposition from quite a unique background. As they have been brokers in both the residential and commercial lending space, they fully understand your needs and expectations as an intermediary. They give you what you expect to see from a Lender, the service, the communication and the dedication to saying yes – we are going to lend and ensuring that the loan draws down when it is needed by the customer.

As a family run and privately funded bridging lender, they offer first charge bridging for both purchases and refinance for non-owner occupied residential property with loans from £37,500 to £5,000,000. They have a very flexible approach given the nature of the team and will deal with a variety of clients, looking at anything from a simple bridge or refinance to a loan for a heavy refurbishment project.

Kevin Gibson Operations Director at Ascot Bridging adds:
“It is a pleasure for Ascot Bridging Finance to become a partner of FIBA. Joining a Trade Association like FIBA is a milestone for us, as we look to broaden our broker relationships. One of our business goals is to be a unique bridging financier offering a transparent, diligent and a fast experience for all FIBA members.”

As a broker in today’s market, I am hoping you will appreciate their background, as they come from a similar position to their introducers. This means they can assess their lending decision from a business perspective using common sense and a ‘want to do’ the loan attitude, while structuring the loan to suit the needs of the customer and still maintaining the speed and flexibility expected by you the broker and the customer.

If you want to find out more, speak to one of the Ascot Bridging team.

Kind Regards,

Adam Tyler
Executive Chairman

 

Ascot Bridging featured FIBA.

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