This follows a 25% increase in turnover in its previous financial year to £50m.
Eaves (pictured) has been with The Mortgage Lender since its launch in 2016 and this promotion is his second since joining the company as a key account manager before its launch.
Central Trust provides second charge mortgages on residential, owner-occupied properties across the UK. Loan sizes range from £3,000 to £250,000, for customers aged from 18 up to 80, and there is a maximum LTV of 75%.
Some two out of five advisers (38%) said there is a definite opportunity to help more customers over the next two years while 40% said there could be.
Those involved in the creation of the FME1 form are urging all conveyancers to use this new standardised questionnaire to secure the necessary information if a property being sold is managed freehold.
Clark previously managed the flagship Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) branch on the King’s Road in Chelsea and more recently, has been responsible for managing a cluster of retail branches across the south east.
There were 101,780 residential transactions (provisionally seasonally adjusted) in February, up 1.7% month-on-month and 2.7% year-on-year. Furthermore, there were 10,650 non-residential transactions in February, an increase of 6.7% from January and 2.1% year-on-year.
The Nottingham said the adviser will compare thousands of mortgages from across the market and find the right deal.
This is an increase from the previous limits of £1.5m net for portfolios and £1m net per property, following from broker research where firms questioned Aspen’s lending limits.
Benham and Reeves looked at data from PropertyData based on the average property price and rental potential of each postcode.