The lender offers bridging finance for borrowers, developers and investors, and its loans are available up to £5m for property purchases, developments, auction purchase, business cash flow, investments, and more.
Vic Jannels, CEO at the ASTL, commented: “I’d like to welcome Mint Bridging to the ASTL.
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“Like all of our members, [it] has demonstrated a customer focus and commitment to high standards that are so important in the development of any healthy market.”
He stated that every new member it welcomed strengthened its ability to uphold standards and promote the interests of the short-term lending sector.
Paul Wertheim, operations director at Mint Bridging, added: “We join the ASTL at an exciting time in [our] journey, as we look to further improve the way we do business in the forthcoming months.
“…We are very much looking forward to working with Vic and the team to help drive the market in the right direction.”