Market Financial Solutions (MFS) has been at the forefront of the UK’s bridging sector for well over a decade.
Our experience provides us with many great strengths – for one, we have developed a team of expert business development managers and underwriters, meaning we can deliver fast bridging loans in even the most complicated and unique of circumstances.
MFS’ many years as a market leader have also given us almost unrivalled insight into long-term trends in the world of property finance.
As a consequence of our vast knowledge of bricks and mortar investment, the UK’s leading news outlets regularly call upon MFS to offer market commentary and advice. Indeed, in the past week alone MFS and our CEO Paresh Raja have been featured in national newspapers no fewer than three times.
Last week Paresh was published in the Daily Express twice. In the first he explored whether or not, in light of on-going Brexit uncertainty, now is a good time to buy or sell a property. In the second he offered his insight into house price trends and the likely upturn in activity that will arrive once the UK officially leaves the EU.
Building on these expert comments, this week MFS has once again been in the press. This time our brand new research – which explores how UK landlords are responding to the latest round of regulatory and legislative changes in the rental sector – was published in the Financial Times’ FTAdviser section.
MFS has become well known for its unique and timely research. We carry out quantitative and qualitative studies every month to deliver valuable insight into the most pertinent trends impacting property investors – the results are shared via our reports, infographics, and blogs, as well as being publicised through the national and trade press.
If you would like to know how UK landlords are reacting to changes such as the abolition of Section 21, new HMO laws or letting fees ban, be sure to get your hands on our upcoming report. Including many more insights beyond those revealed exclusively by the Financial Times, the report will be released later this month – we will be sure to share it on our website and social media channels then!
Alternatively, if you want to speak with one of MFS’ experts about how our bridging loan services can support brokers and property investors, get in touch today by calling us on 0207 060 1234, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.