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investors capitalise on undervalued property

Over the last six months the impact of Covid-19 has caused a lot of disruption to the UK property market. With a great deal of uncertainty surrounding the future of the market, many investors are looking to quickly unload their unwanted assets before a possible crash in house prices makes it difficult to sell. Meanwhile,

reintroducing: heavy refurb bridging

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MT Finance is pleased to announce the return of our heavy refurb bridging product. Over the last few weeks, the UK property market has been busy with investors trying to take advantage of the government’s stamp duty cut. At MT Finance, our short-term lending products are increasingly being used to meet the demands of landlords and property

MT Finance announcement- covid-19. open for business


We wanted to take the opportunity to express our commitment to continuing to support the broker and introducer community in the coming days, weeks and months ahead notwithstanding the disruption caused by the Covid 19 pandemic. Having committed to technology in the early stages of our growth we are incredibly well equipped to have our

the Budget, interest rate cut and coronavirus – what next?


The British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once said that a week is a long time in politics and while he was referring to events happening in the mid-1960s, the same could be true of the situation we find ourselves in. This blog was meant to be about the Budget and whether new Chancellor Rishi Sunak

house price growth picks up, with all eyes on the Budget


The recent flurry of house-price surveys suggest a welcome pick-up in confidence and activity and the latest report from the Halifax is no exception. The lender reported that house prices in February were 2.8 per cent higher than the same month a year earlier. Quarterly numbers were also up – 2.9 per cent higher in

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