Market Financial Solutions (MFS) has been added to Dynamo for Intermediaries’ lender panel. Dynamo for Intermediaries has over 5,000 intermediaries within its network who work across residential, bridging, buy-to-let (BTL) and other mortgages.
Dynamo for Intermediaries’ network of brokers, advisors and intermediaries will now be able to access MFS’ wide range of bridging loans, BTL mortgages, and specialist finance products, allowing them to place and process complex cases which require bespoke, tailored solutions.
London-based specialist lender MFS specialises in handling large loans at pace, offering loans up to £50 million with terms between three and 24 months.
At the start of October, MFS reduced its BTL mortgage rates, including a new range of products that allows brokers and their clients to choose their product fee depending on individual requirements, with flexibility to choose between a 2%, 4% or 6% fee across all four tiers of loans.
MFS is currently sitting on more than £1 billion in funding and is on track to achieve its goal of growing its loan book to £1.5 billion by the end of 2023.
Karen Rodrigues, Head of National Accounts at MFS, said: “At MFS, we strive to make things as simple as possible for brokers and borrowers, using our experience and expertise to understand the their individual needs before then guiding them carefully through the products we can offer. We’re very pleased to have joined Dynamo for Intermediaries’ lender panel, meaning we can connect with more brokers and help them with the delivery of bespoke bridging loans and BTL mortgages, regardless of how complicated the case might be.”
Dynamo for Intermediaries mortgage club director Cat Armstrong added: “It is great to welcome MFS to our lender panel. We know that brokers and their clients need optionality and flexibility in the current climate – MFS has an outstanding track-record in delivering just that. It is an exciting addition to Dynamo for Intermediaries, and we are confident that brokers will enjoy MFS’s innovative, can-do approach to lending.”