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Bridging Link launches in Scotland

by: Christine Toner
  • 20/04/2017
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Bridging Link launches in Scotland
London-based bridging lender Bridging Link has launched into the Scottish market.

The lender will offer loans up to 70% LTV with rates from 0.95% a month. Loans are available from £25,000 to £500,000.

Mike Brooks, managing director, Bridging Link said: “We are always looking at ways to make our products a little bit different to the usual in a crowded market and this is one of the many product developments we have planned for 2017.”

Hr added: “We want to give our introducers as many options as possible when it comes to finding the right solutions for their clients. We know that Scotland offers a great opportunity all round and have already seen some fantastic cases go through.” 

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