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MT Finance and LendInvest join Buy to Let Club panel

Buy to Let Club has added MT Finance and LendInvest to its bridging panel.

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The club’s managing director, Ying Tan, says he is “certain that Buy to Let Club members will greatly appreciate the propositions offered by these two specialist lenders.”

The panel expansion has been accompanied by the appointment of a new in-house bridging specialist, Victoria Barnard.

“2017 has the potential to be a major year for the bridging market, but not all brokers fully understand the products on offer,” says Tan. “There are many innovative and creative ways in which bridging finance can be used and brokers would do well to investigate these opportunities. Victoria is ideally placed to enable them to do just that.”

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