Bridging, buy-to-let (BTL) and development finance lender Roma Finance has brought all but one of its broker-facing sales team back from furlough.
This follows the lender’s successful relaunch, and deployment of its automated valuation model (AVM) and desktop valuation products, earlier this month.
Roma Finance temporarily ceased accepting new applications at the end of March 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some members of the sales team remained in place, in order to provide service to the company’s broker partners, and a large customer service team was created to cater to borrowers.
Scott Marshall (pictured), managing director at Roma Finance, said: “Nothing could make me happier than bringing our team back and so I am delighted we are taking this step.
“The current climate is already creating new buying opportunities for our customers, and we are thrilled with the response we have had to our new innovations.
“Our track record and strong relationships with our funding lines have allowed us to put these exciting new solutions in place, and we will continue to innovate to ensure Roma remains at the cutting edge of the latest technology to support the market.
“We are a transparent and positive business by nature and we are optimistic about the future and keen to continue moving forward.”