Bridgingloans.com has partnered with mortgage packager and distributor, Complete Mortgage & Loan Services.
Under the agreement, Complete will now offer Bridgingloans.com’s bridging loans in addition to its core range of packaged mortgage products. This will increase the availability of bridging loans for brokers throughout England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, who are looking to make their portfolios more diverse to withstand market pressures.
Complete offers brokers access to the most appropriate form of finance for their clients, across a wide range of lenders. Bridgingloans.com has been appointed to Complete’s lender panel because of its dedication to the bridging loans market, as well as its robust lending procedures. Brokers working with Complete will now be able to utilise Bridgingloans.com’s, fast flexible lending solutions that can be tailor made to their client’s needs.
Tony Salentino, director of Complete, says: “Complete is committed to adding value to the mortgage intermediary and as such need to react positively in this ever changing and challenging market. By expanding our panel to include bridging finance we are once again demonstrating our ability to diversify and create other income streams for our intermediary partners. We believe diversification, investment in technology and a continued commitment to service excellence will be key factors when intermediaries decide which distributor to use.
“Bridgingloans.com provides some excellent solutions for clients requiring fast, flexible and well priced products combined with quick online decisions via our online DIP facility.”
Ryneveld van der Horst, financial director at Bridgingloans.com, says: “Partnering in this way with a market-leading packager like Complete gives more brokers access to our flexible, short-term finance offering, Complete has extensive broker distribution and is also on the packager panels of many mortgage networks, such as Positive Solutions, L & G, and Intrinsic. Complete is a major player and we are happy to be working with them.”