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London Credit promotion lets brokers structure their loan solution


London Credit has introduced its latest promotion, namely Best 4 U offers, offering brokers the flexibility to tailor offers to their clients' needs.

This promotion gives brokers the option to choose either refunded legal fees, refunded valuation fees or a lower rate.

Under this initiative, brokers can opt for a 100% refund on legal or valuation fees up to a maximum amount of £5,000 per loan, or a 10% discount on the interest rate.

The promotion is applicable to residential loans up to 70% Loan-to-Value (LTV) and on commercial and semi-commercial loans up to 65% LTV for a maximum loan amount of £2 million, provided the legal undertaking is paid by 1st June 2024.

Brokers can benefit from the offer by submitting a loan application, choosing their preferred promotion and communicating it to their BDM. The chosen promotion will then be applied upon approval of the loan.

Marios Theophanous, credit manager at London Credit, said: “This initiative aims to ease the financial burden on borrowers and provide brokers with flexibility to structure the most suitable solution for their clients."

He continued that “By being able to choose a promotion on either legal fees, valuation fees or rate, brokers are empowered to pick the most beneficial offer based on the specifics of the loan and the client’s circumstances.”

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As published in 

- Bridging and Commercial
- Bridging Loan Directory
- The Intermediary
- Best Advice
- Mortgage Introducer
- Mortgage Solutions

London Credit Best 4 You Offers
13 March 2024


BestAdvice fires the questions at Marios Theophanous


At London Credit we have announced a substantial year-on-year improvement in our completion times.


We have increased the maximum LTV on our residential loans from 70% to 75%.


Brokers with clients looking for higher-yielding assets investments should talk to those bridging lenders who operate in the semi-commercial space.