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United Trust Bank to offer larger bridging loans

Specialist property lender United Trust Bank has removed its £2m maximum loan criterion.

Rob Love, bridging sales manager at United Trust Bank, says: “This is the first of a number of steps that we are taking which reflect our ambition within the sector. We’ve had a strong first six months of lending and now we are looking to capitalise on our funding capacity and appetite to lend.”
 
 

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