Paradigm member firms will now have access to HTB’s range of specialist funding solutions including complex specialist buy-to-let and residential bridging.
Just under 39% of landlords have seen increased tenant demand over the past three months.
Alternative Bridging recently launched a range for light and heavy refurbishments on residential and commercial property.
The luxury asset short-term lender has also seen a 65% increase in enquiries from introducers in the past month.
The new BDM will support brokers in the AL (St Albans), E (East London), EN (Enfield), HP (Hemel Hempstead), IG (Ilford), LU (Luton), N (North London), NW (North West London), RM (Romford) and WD (Watford) postcode areas.
Shawbrook’s strategic partnership programme recognises brokers with the highest quality of applications and successful conversions.
Damien Druce, commercial director at Black & White Bridging, said: “With Lyn’s arrival, our senior management team is now complete for the next phase of Black & White’s development."
The new portal, PUMA for Intermediaries, has been launched following a successful pilot and will be used for all new applications.
The NACFB currently has over 1,900 commercial finance broker members covering the whole of the UK.
The lender has seen gross completions across its short-term bridging and development offering increase 32% from H1 2020, to £485m for 2021.