Brightstar partners with Falcon Bridging Finance

Brightstar Finance has announced the addition of recently-formed Falcon Bridging Finance to its short-term lending panel.

The bridging company, part of financial firm Falcon Group, will offer non-regulated short-term loans for residential and commercial property holders of up to £10m across a maximum of 24 months on a 75 per cent LTV.

Falcon Group head of asset backed lending Paul Brooks says: “We believe Brightstar Financial have both the experience and the dedication to help us become a leading bridging financier in the coming years.”

Brightstar Financial head of short-term lending Kit Thompson adds: “[Falcon’s] experienced team and strong financial backing are an exciting new addition to the bridging market and their strong product offering will mean increased opportunities for our intermediaries and clients alike.”

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