Charles Haresnape, Group Managing Director of Mortgages at Aldermore, said:
“We’re delighted to offer bridging and property development in Scotland at a time when the housing market north of the border is starting to show signs of renewed confidence.
“Scotland is a key segment of the UK property market and one that is showing strong signs of growth with an estimated 465 000 new homes needed by 2035. Bridging and property development finance are both vital segments of the housing market and we are happy to help developers and investors by providing a selection of flexible finance options to get closer to this goal.
“Our new range of products will give brokers additional choice as well as personal service, which is based on skilled underwriting rather than automated credit scoring, will undoubtedly be a welcome development.”
For further enquiries, journalists can contact:
Rachael Snelling, Aldermore
Phone: 0208 1853 102
Johnathan Priestley, Cicero Group
Phone: 0207 297 5971
Notes to Editors:
Product offering on property development can be found here.
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