The Loans Engine (TLE) has added Holme Finance Bridging Solutions (HFBS) to its lender panel.
The move will see TLE gain full access to HFBS’s range of bridging products, which includes first, second and third charge options.
HFBS aims to provide fast bridging solutions to clients, typically completing within seven days, with no limits on adverse credit.
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It does not require income proof and will often not require a valuation to be completed.
Additionally, HFBS can offer solutions to clients even when consent from their first mortgage has been declined, which means they can help in a range of circumstances.
In the New Year, LSE has reported that it will continue to add to its lender panel, with the overall aim of further improving its specialist finance offering to intermediaries and customers in 2022.
Andrew Turner, founder and director of The Loans Engine, said: “We expect to see further demand for short term borrowing as we enter 2022.
“The investment opportunities for property investors across change of use, light and heavy refurbishment projects, and auction purchases, will drive an increased need for bridging finance.
“We see HFBS as an important addition to our panel to support this demand.”