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Y3S launches bridging sourcing system

Y3S has launched a bridging sourcing system for users of its finance portal.

MiLoan Bridging allows intermediaries to access bridging products, obtain quotes and submit applications.

Matt Cottle, project director at Y3S, says: “We wanted to build on the success of our secured loan portal, and after speaking to our user base and understanding what was missing in the market, it became clear that brokers were confused about bridging loans and were unable to find information that was easily understandable and comparable.

“Fast forward four months and we have a new portal that offers our users free access to concise and accurate information about bridging products from the UK’s top lenders.”

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  • alright braaa 1st March 2012 at 2:44 pm

    confused about bridging loans? i’m confused about this pr puff piece……..

    quiet week MS?

  • Trevor Reynolds 1st March 2012 at 11:57 am

    Ironic that the side bar still holds the story of Y3s last venture in liquidation. Wondered how long after that we’d hear about how great they are. Hopefully they will use the profits from the successful mi loan system to pay their other creditors. We live in hope