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Liquidity rules as lender look to get money out

14th November 2016 0

Andrew Hosford is director – head of bridging at Voltaire Finance We have had a manic September and October. From speaking to a large number of industry friends it seem they have as well. Our enquiries are […]

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Buy-to-let – Dead as a Dodo, or just resting?

26th October 2016 0

Jonathan Moore is head of credit at Dudley building Society. It might be a case of understatement but there is little doubt that the buy-to-let market has undergone a significant period of change. The introduction […]

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NACFB: Avoiding the dead ends

20th June 2016 0

Adam Tyler, is CEO of the NACFB. The road outside our office has very recently been closed off at the end with a couple of concrete bollards. This is great news for NACFB staff, who […]

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Beyond bridging and into development

1st June 2016 0

The bridging market is a rather different beast today than it was even just a couple of years ago. The market has enjoyed some great successes, with a vastly improved reputation, and as a result […]

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Brokers must keep up with funding options

1st June 2016 0

By their very nature brokers are entrepreneurial and react fast to changing market conditions. Despite this, it seems that the speed at which the bridging market is evolving has not necessarily been matched by their […]

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Bridging can be used to rekindle other sectors

31st May 2016 0

The West One Bridging Index shows a huge rebound in bridging lending since 2010’s post-crash slump of £700m, rising 500% to £3.5bn in 2015. It’s true that residential was historically bridging’s bread and butter, and […]

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NACFB: Brokers must keep up with product innovation

31st May 2016 0

NACFB brokers are a varied bunch who often look to specialise in more than one sector. Some finance sectors go regularly hand-in-hand, such as bridging and commercial mortgages or buy-to-let. Some don’t, like vehicle finance […]

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