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MANCHESTER FINANCE NEWS

Tuesday February 11 2020

Roma Finance cuts bridging and development rates


Roma Finance, the bridging, buy-to-let and development finance lender, has cut rates across their product range.



Roma Finance cuts bridging and development rates

Roma Finance, the bridging, buy-to-let and development finance lender, has cut rates across their product range.

Further funding lines with Royal Bank of Scotland and Cambridge Building Society have recently been secured to provide for growth and an increase in business levels.

The standard rate for residential investment property purchases or refinancing has been reduced to 0.75% per month with no exit fee on loans from £50k to £5m with a maximum LTV of 75%. Loan terms are 3 to 12 months.

For partly built development sites, rates are now available from 0.79% per month for sites of up to 5 units where the properties have already been made watertight. Loans sizes start at £100K with a maximum term of 18 months.

Roma Finance provides bridging and development finance for a variety of properties such as buying at auction, buy to lets, HMOs and semi-commercial property as well as ground-up developments. In addition, they offer a 5-year buy-to-let mortgage for purchasing investment property or exiting a bridging loan.

Scott Marshall, Managing Director at Roma Finance, said: “With new and sustainable funding lines in place to help us keep pace with the growing demand for our products, now is the right time to cut rates for our priority business lines.

“To cope with higher business levels we continue to expand the Roma team and we are seeing growth in our lending for property acquisition and refurbishment.  The new lower rates will further stimulate our business in a focused and strategic way and we will continue to deliver excellent service to our introducers and customers.”



"With new and sustainable funding lines in place to help us keep pace with the growing demand for our products, now is the right time to cut rates for our priority business lines."
Scott Marshall





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