The whole-of-market brokerage has added MFS to its intermediary distribution panel, which will enable Ingard’s network of brokers and intermediaries to take advantage of the lender’s full suite of bridging loan products.
MFS — which has access to in-house credit lines — delivers bridging loans across multiple property types, including residential, commercial, semi-commercial and multi-unit blocks.
“While other lenders are struggling amid political and economic uncertainty, MFS continues to demonstrate it has the expertise and funding required to support brokers and borrowers, no matter how complicated their financial circumstances may be,” said Ewan Duncan, BDM at MFS (pictured above).
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“On behalf of MFS, I’d like to thank Ingard for the opportunity to demonstrate our capability as a bespoke short-term lender.
“We look forward to helping their members with their bridging loan requirements.”
Nikki Haworth, sales and marketing director at Ingard, added: “Thanks to our new partnership, our clients will now enjoy access to MFS’ excellent, varied bridging loan products.
“We’re particularly impressed with MFS’ flexible approach to underwriting loans and its commitment to seeing a deal through to completion.
“Ingard prides itself on delivering a range of best-in-class products and solutions to our members, and we’re confident that MFS is going to be another fantastic addition to our panel.”