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Mortgage Times appoints Mayfair Bridging to panel

Mortgage Times has added Mayfair Bridging to its bridging finance panel.

Mayfair Bridging is the sixth lender to join the panel.

The Preston-based company launched on February 1 2008 and offers rates starting from 0.5% with no minimum term.

Richard Stokes,director of product and lender development at Mortgage Times, says: “We pride ourself on offering choice for our members. We have already signed up most of the big bridging financiers and felt our panel required a more personal friendly service to complement them.

“Mayfair Bridging appears to be the perfect fit with direct access to the owners of the business who personally benefit from offering an instant tailored solution.”

Yasin Patel, director of Mayfair Bridging, adds: “We are very happy to be linked to the Mortgage Times Group and we are confident that we can offer its members an excellent service.”

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