urgent transactions

If your client needs to purchase an investment property quickly via auction, or simply raise finance fast, MT Finance is here to deliver the required funds in a matter of days.

The main benefit of a short-term loan is the speed at which funds can be delivered. Where a mainstream bank may take several months to put together a loan for a borrower, MT Finance is able to make lending decisions within hours of initial enquiry, so funds can often be released within days, preventing borrowers from missing out on time-sensitive opportunities that come their way.

What’s more, MT Finance will also take a view on CCJs, defaults, and arrears and we do not require a minimum credit score, accounts, or proof of income – instead, we focus on the property and your client’s future plans. Our streamlined process includes no lengthy application forms, allowing us to offer short-term finance exactly when, and how, your client needs it.

product features:

  • Rates from 0.65%
  • 1st & 2nd charge loans
  • Loans from £50,000 – £10,000,000
  • Up to 70% LTV
  • Terms from 1-24 months
  • Residential, commercial & semi-commercial property
  • No up-front fees, no exit fees, no ERCs
  • No credit scoring

With no up-front fees, early repayment or exit fees, MT Finance will always help you access the most competitive rate, tailoring a solution to fit your client’s financial requirements.

To find out more about short-term loans, or if you have a project you wish to discuss, contact one of our short-term loan experts today on 0203 051 2331 or fill in our contact form and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

when can a short-term loan help?

A short-term loan can cater for a wide range of time-sensitive needs. Whether funds are required to complete a purchase of a property at auction, complete an off-plan purchase or extend a leasehold – a short-term loan could give your client the time and breathing space needed until a long-term plan can be put into place.

There are a number of situations where a borrower could be presented with a very narrow window of opportunity.

For example:

  • Their buy-to-let mortgage lender has let you down at the last minute
  • They’re trying to secure a property at auction
  • They’re are facing repossession
  • They’re a business owner who has a tax bill to clear quickly
  • They have been served a notice to complete
  • They need to extend a lease
  • They need to re-finance out of a bridging loan
  • They need to exit a development project that has reached practical completion
  • They want to “flip” an investment property
  • They’re expanding/acquiring a business
  • They need to unlock a property chain


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