According to the FLA, its lenders are in support of the government’s green agenda, and want to provide finance that enables consumers and businesses to choose green options.
The government aims for lenders to target an average EPC rating of C across their mortgage books by 2030.
Aaron Strutt at Trinity Financial said: “Many borrowers are not aware that lenders offer more generous income multiples, particularly to higher earners.”
The products cover residential and mixed-use properties, up to a maximum of 30% commercial use for a property.
According to the UK government, at least 30,000 new jobs will be created around the UK due to £9.7bn of foreign investment.
Mark Rothwell will be responsible for establishing BNPPRE’s investment agency in Bristol and will advise on all aspects of real estate investment in the South West.
This is part of a £3.9bn plan to provide 90,000 pumps to reduce carbon emissions from heating buildings.
The platform enables brokers to carry out multiple decisions in principle (DIPs) or full mortgage applications, and share documentation with partner lenders.
Average Scottish house prices continued to rise in August, reaching £211,029, according to Walker Fraser Steele.