The lender has teamed up with the trade body in a bid to promote higher standards in the residential bridging finance market.
The lender has recently been campaigning for more transparency in bridging lenders’ interest and fee charging policies so that borrowers can better compare the relative competitiveness of loans.
As well as offering enhanced proc fees, the lender will also educate the NACFB’s members about the bridging sector.
Alan Cleary, managing director of Precise Mortgages, says: “Inconsistent standards being applied across the market make it all but impossible for borrowers to effectively compare the competitiveness of loans.
“I believe that the NACFB is leading the way with its Code of Practice and the bridging market would be a better place if all lenders and distributors had similar policies in place.”
Adam Tyler, chief executive of the NACFB, says: “The association has been at the forefront of providing self-regulation throughout the commercial finance industry for 20 years now.
“It is through increasing standards across the Industry that we have kept this status quo. This latest initiative will benefit both our members and their customers alike.”