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Mint Bridging increases maximum loan size

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Mint Bridging has increased its maximum loan size from £1m to £5m.

The lender says it has recently funded several larger loans and therefore decided to review its maximum loan size.

Operation director Paul Wertheim says: “With revised systems and process in place, offering fund larger loans up to £5m leads us into fresh territory, evolving the Mint brand. People used to be under the impression we were operating out of a garage with damp on the walls.

“We are now recognised as an 18 strong team, established in the market and as such, our enquiries from valuable and loyal brokers have increased extensively.”

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