Masthaven Bank Limited

If you are looking to acquire funds for a commercial or residential development project then the team at Masthaven Bank offer a superb choice of borrowing products – ranging from short term bridging loans through to residential and commercial mortgages at very attractive rates.

Established in 2004 and situated in Soho, London, Masthaven offer a flexible and highly personalised approach to lending with an excellent rate of approval. The full range of products they provide include mortgages, bridging loans and development finance with an emphasis on human interaction and swift decision-making – effectively meaning that you can gain access to the funds you require in a minimal timeframe.

At UK Property Finance, we work with an entire market of bridging loan lenders in order to ensure our clients get the decision they need with the lowest interest rates available. We can also underwrite our own bridging products as and when required.

Comparing Monthly Bridging Loan Interest Rate To Masthaven

Based on a loan of £100,000.

Note £ 0.43% £430
Masthaven 0.68% £680
Monthly Saving with £250

Masthaven Bank Limited Details

Phone Number: 0330 363 6666
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Business Address: 11 Soho Street, London, W1D 3AD

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