Newly expanded bridging lender becomes latest NACFB patron

Newly expanded bridging lender becomes latest NACFB patron


The list of patrons for the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) continues to grow, with the announcement that Wirral-based bridging lender, Bridging Finance Solutions, has joined the ranks.

Bridging Finance Solutions (BFS), formerly known as Bridging Finance North West, has recently undergone a national expansion, which is reflected in its new company name.

The NACFB patronage is just the latest step in the small company’s development, explains Steve Barber: “Since we have re-branded to BFS and increased our funding lines, and therefore cover England and Wales, we felt it was time to increase our exposure.

“We are delighted to be involved with an active trade body representing needs of commercial broking members who provide the mainstay of our introductions.”

“We look forward to the active exposure to members that our patronage should produce. Until now many of our previous introducers have come to us by way of word of mouth.”

The team at BFS are specialists in lending on residential investment property, which Mr Barber says directly affects their rates: “We specifically lend on residential investment property and therefore rates and terms do not incorporate the larger general lenders who will lend on commercial property transactions. We do not charge any exit fees and calculate interest daily.”

Commenting on the new addition, NACFB Associate Director, Nikki Cann said: 

“It is fantastic news that Bridging Finance Solutions Ltd have decided to join the Association as Patrons and support the work we do. We very much look forward to working with them over the coming months and we believe that they will bring something new which members will appreciate.

"Funders like Bridging Finance Solutions should be commended for supporting brokers who volunteer to abide by a Code of Practice in an unregulated industry and appreciate the quality of professionalism of the NACFB member broker.”

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