Mercantile Trust joins Propp’s lender panel


Mercantile Trust has been added to the lending panel of Propp.

As part of the partnership, Mercantile Trust’s products will be included in comparisons on the Propp website.

Mercantile Trust says it judges each case on an individual basis with clients ranging from those with good credit profiles to those with adverse, poor or even bad credit profiles.

Proppmanaging director Paul Elliott says: “Mercantile ticks a lot of boxes on that front which ultimately means we’ll be able to help more customers in areas where previously we might have struggled.”

The fact they consider first-time buyers and first-time landlords with no rental history is of enormous value, and their position in the Northern Ireland market enables us to offer more choice to our clients in that region where previously options were limited.”

Mercantile Trust director of commercial operations Maeve Ward adds: “We are delighted to be working with Propp, who share our passion for providing alternative lending solutions to borrowers. Transparency is at the heart of everything they do, meaning that borrowers understand what is available to them from the outset, and benefit from a human approach.”

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