mtf Finance

mtf is a London based bridging finance provider offering tailored borrowing products which are designed to meet the needs of those with a less-than-perfect credit history.

As non-status bridging lenders, the decision makers at mtf will not base their lending criteria on any financing problems you have had in the past. Instead, they offer a streamlined and highly intelligent funding approach that is based on the security you are able to provide and, as such, can approve far more transactions than the vast majority of other lenders including most mainstream facilities such as high street banks and building societies.

If you are looking for a regulated loan product then you will be glad to know that mtf belong to a diverse cross-section of bridging finance associations, including the NACFB, ASTL and The Association of Bridging Finance Professionals (AOBP) for your added peace of mind and reassurance. The company has also won an impressive selection of awards for their outstanding level of service and unrivalled commitment to meeting the needs of each client.

Comparing Monthly Bridging Loan Interest Rate To MTFFinance

Based on a loan of £100,000.

Note £ 0.43% £430
mtf Finance 0.89% £890
Monthly Saving with £460

mtf Finance Details

Phone Number: 0203 051 2331
Email Address:
Business Address: 10 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TQ

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