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Hope Capital sees enquires rise by 61%

Hope Capital has seen enquiries rise by 61% in Q3 compared to Q2.

The number of loans granted in September was double the average for any month in the previous three months.

The lender has also seen its loan values increase, with average value of loans granted up by 28% from the previous quarter and up 31% since January.

Gary Bailey (pictured), managing director of Hope Capital, said: “We are having a tremendous second half of the year.

“Knowledge and awareness of Hope Capital and what we offer brokers and their clients is spreading.

“Our rates have been lowered, starting from just 0.69% per month, our terms are flexible, our turnaround times are quick and we remain dedicated to service excellence.”

“Our investment in staff and robust procedures is clearly paying dividends and this is reflected in our figures. This, combined with the recent launch of the Hope Seven 5 product means continued growth is anticipated in Q4.”

 

 

 

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