Figures are approaching 2016’s pre-EU referendum high of £4.4bn.
An Edinburgh packager called Thistle Finance has come to market founded by Mark Dyason of Edinburgh Mortgage Advice and Nathan Ellis-Calcott. Thistle has signed a…
In the last 12 months Mint has grown significantly and now has over 30 staff in sales, underwriting, legal and finance roles across two sites.
The packager will provide specialist lending in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
This is the second loan completed with RHL in a month, with both deals totaling £11m.
In the process the lender increased the value of loans and advances by 24% to £2.24bn, from £1.8bn last year.
The legal business offers a wide range of services from banking and financial services, dispute resolution, regulatory and restructuring, to corporate, commercial, real estate, pensions, tax and private wealth.
The lender hopes to grow its core bridging business as well as build on its second charge mortgages and future new lending streams.
They will join the Financial Conduct Authority’s Lorna O’Brien, the Bank of England’s Peter Andrews, Savills’ Faisal Choudry and the Sunday Times’ Tim Shipman.
Four in five (81%) UK adults are unenthused by the prospect of living in a new build house, while three in five (60%) reckon there are too many poorly-built, unattractive new builds popping up across the country.