Vida moves to new HQ as lender aims to double lending

  • 24/04/2018
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Vida moves to new HQ as lender aims to double lending
Vida Homeloans has moved to a larger head office, as the provider looks to double its lending volumes in 2018.



The 20,000 square feet larger office is located in Staines-upon-Thames, with plenty of room for the lender to expand.

The move comes after Vida launched into the first charge mortgage market, with more than £400m in mortgage completions in its first year of trading.

The lender is now conducting a pilot in the second charge mortgage market, offering a range of secured loans through selected master brokers.

Guy Batchelor, sales and marketing director of Vida Homeloans comments: “We are presently in full recruitment drive, as we look to build on 2017’s success by more than doubling the lending volumes in 2018.

“Our new head office will give us space to increase our workforce and service a growing number of intermediaries who are using Vida as their specialist lender of choice.”

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