As one of the UK’s leading bridging lenders, Market Financial Solutions (MFS) prides itself on being acutely aware of how the latest economic events and political manoeuvrings are impacting the country’s property market. Our clients – property investors, brokers and intermediaries who require fast bridging loans – look to us for insight into how industries are performing and which trends they need to be taking into consideration.
Ever since 24 May 2019, when Theresa May announced she would resign as Prime Minister, there have been two questions that have dominated economic and political discourse: who will replace May in 10 Downing Street? And how will they succeed where their predecessor failed in getting a Brexit deal agreed by both the EU and a majority in the House of Commons?
On 23 July 2019 we received an answer to that first question; Boris Johnson, the frontrunner throughout the Conservative Party’s leadership election, defeated Jeremy Hunt, and the next day was officially appointed as the country’s new leader.
This leaves the more pertinent second question – how will Johnson approach the task of making Brexit a reality, and more generally, what are his policies that will affect homeowners, landlords and property investors?
To help outline the key points that those who are invested in the real estate market ought to be aware of, MFS has launched a new factsheet. Combining important insights gleaned throughout Johnson’s leadership campaign, cabinet appointments and political speeches, the factsheet is a timely and useful point of reference for brokers and investors keen to understand how Boris Johnson appointment as Prime Minster may affect the UK property market.
Click here to download your exclusive copy of MFS’ new factsheet. Alternatively, get in touch with a member of the team to find out more about MFS’ bridging loan services by calling 0207 060 1234, or emailing email@example.com.