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Lender slashes minimum valuation on bridging loans

Aldermore has reduced its minimum valuation on bridging loans for light refurbishment from £100,000 to £75,000. The move brings the bank’s bridging offering in line with its residential and buy-to-let mortgages. Aldermore has also reduced the minimum age for those […]

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Bridging sidesteps EU Mortgage Directive rules

Published on 29th January 2015   Bridging finance is set to remain exempt from a set of oncoming regulation changes to lending in the UK. This week, the Government announced its
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Executives believe that regulation has not secured industry stability

Published on 26th December 2014   A survey of nearly 300 professionals found that 48 per cent of C-suite executives believe recent regulation has had little or no impact on read more »

Bridging sidesteps EU Mortgage Directive rules

Bridging finance is set to remain exempt from a set of oncoming regulation changes to lending in the UK. This week, the Government announced its strategy upon incorporating European
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Omega: The ‘R’ Word

During a Q&A event at which I was part of the panel, one very good question was asked: ‘Is our industry (i.e. commercial finance) ready for regulation?’   Which started me read more »