Commercial Finance

F4B included on Masthaven premier panel

30th November 2016 0

Finance 4 Business has been included on the Masthaven Bank premier partner panel. Masthaven were the first new bank to be awarded a banking licence in 2016. Since the announcement, Masthaven have been working on a […]

Buy-to-let

Accord slashes low LTV rates

30th November 2016 0

Accord Mortgages has cut low loan-to-value buy-to-let rates by up to 0.20% and stopped charging a £130 processing fee on application. Accord now offers a 2-year fix at 1.59% to 60% LTV with a £1,995 […]

Development Finance

Mayor of London announces new planning rules

30th November 2016 0

The Mayor of London has announced new planning rules to speed up the building of more affordable housing in the city which has a shortage of homes at the lower end of the market. Sadiq […]

Development Finance

Change could see developers build on green belt

29th November 2016 0

A government initiative to remove protections on one part of the UK’s green belt in return for creating a new area of protected land elsewhere is expected to be given the go ahead next month. […]

Bridging

Finance 4 Business conquering Europe Together

29th November 2016 0

Finance 4 Business has been voted ‘Broker of the Month’ by Together. In what has been a very busy month, the award comes on the back of a recent article where, Finance 4 Business and Together […]

Asset & Invoice Finance

Hampshire Trust strengthens asset finance team

29th November 2016 0

Hampshire Trust Bank has appointed of two underwriters to its asset finance team. Alan Lowman and Nina Osborn have joined the specialist bank as senior underwriter and underwriter respectively. Both will be focused on further […]

Bridging

LendInvest reduces minimum loan size

29th November 2016 0

LendInvest has reduced the minimum loan size across its bridging finance range. LendInvest will now accept applications for loans of £75,000 or higher – down from £100,000. Matthew Tooth, Chief Commercial Officer at LendInvest, said: […]

Buy-to-let

40% of landlords plan to increase rents

28th November 2016 0

Some 40% of residential landlords plan to increase rents if they are left to pick up the cost of the ban on letting agents charging fees in England, a new poll from Upad has found. […]

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