Spotlight: Loans Warehouse

 

Loans WarehouseLoans Warehouse is a specialist provider of secured loans.  Matt Tristram and Sam Busfield set up the business in October 2006, with the aim of offering a friendly, professional, and trustworthy secured loan service.

Loans Warehouse are the only broker to have access to every secured loan lender in the UK- meaning they can always find the solution that best fits your client’s circumstances. So even if a client is self-employed, has CCJs or arrears, Loans Warehouse is determined to find the most competitive rates from 6.9% on loans up to £250,000.

The company understands the importance of building a rapport with both its customers and brokers. They believe in long-term relationships and maintain them by constantly delivering value and remaining focused on your best interests.

Loans Warehouse has recently launched the Secured Loan Index, the first of its kind in the industry. With the aim of providing an up-to-date overview of the market that not only accurately represents the secured loan arena, but also proves the secured loan sector is witnessing significant change.

Earlier this year, Loans Warehouse was rewarded for both its business ethic and commitment to the finance industry when Mortgage Strategy ranked Loans Warehouse as the ‘Best Specialist Broker’ at their awards ceremony in February.

In April, readers of the online financial news publication, myintroducer.com, also voted Loans Warehouse ‘Best Specialist Broker’ and for the third year: ‘Best Secured Loan Broker’. His industry peers then went on to personally select Loans Warehouse’s Director, Matt Tristram, the year’s ‘Most Influential Person’, beating off some stiff competition from some of the financial sector’s most prominent leaders.

Loans Warehouse remains committed to its mission in becoming the fastest growing and most trusted business in the secured loan industry.

Loans Warehouse Ltd is a member of The Association of Finance Brokers (AFB).

 

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