Millie Dyson

Housing market re-opens as restrictions lifted

The housing market has effectively re-opened for business after the Government lifted lockdown restrictions which have been in place for the past eight weeks. Buyers can now view properties, surveyors can conduct valuations, and removals firms can operate, as long as social distancing rules are observed. This is a real positive step towards a return

Covid-19 hits prices but prospects far from gloomy 

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With lockdown in full force for the past six weeks, it is not surprising to see the trend in house prices and transactions on a downwards path. Indeed, the latest Halifax house price index reports a 0.6 per cent fall in values in April, compared to March, the biggest monthly fall in two years. However,

What next for the housing market after coronavirus?

The housing market has been devastated by the impact of Covid-19. Latest figures from the Land Registry and the Office for National Statistics show property prices decreasing in February following January’s buoyant performance on the back of the Boris Bounce. By February, people were starting to look at the wider landscape and worry about the

We will continue to support the broker community

An update from commercial director, Gareth Lewis, on how we will continue to support the broker community through this challenging time. Gareth Lewis, Commercial Director  at MT Finance, says: MT Finance is dedicated to continuing to support the broker community through this challenging time. Our core principles that have made up the foundations of our

2019 Bridging Trends Revealed

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Despite 2019’s political uncertainty, demand for bridging finance remained remarkably stable, according to the latest Bridging Trends data. Some £732.7m of bridging loans were transacted by contributors in 2019, a 4.5% decrease on the previous year (£766.9 million). The year kicked off to a strong start, with £185.32 million of bridging loans completed by Bridging

UK Property Investors Positive for 2020

MT Finance polled property professionals as part of its research into the future performance of the UK property sector. 50% of investors said they plan to increase their portfolios in 2020, while 37% said they are not making any changes to their portfolio this year. Only 13% of respondents said they were looking to decrease

Here to support you for longer

We know it can be difficult to get things completed in the run up to Christmas and that it’s not always possible to get everything done between 9-5. That’s why, from Monday 16th – 23rd of December, the MT Finance team will be in the office from 8am until 8pm to help you get your

#PicWithPip winner announced

We have loved seeing what Pip has been up to over the last few weeks! After a lot of deliberation, the judging panel (our team), have selected the winner of the #PicWithPip competition. We are delighted to announce the winner is *drumroll* … @LDNfinance, who took Pip to meet Mickey at Disneyland! Thanks to everyone

MT Finance unveils major brand refresh

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Much has changed since we first launched in 2008 and over the years we’ve changed too. We have seen huge year-on-year growth, including new offices, new investment, and many new members joining our team. Therefore, we felt we needed a look that better reflected who we are today and our plans for the future. We

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