Mortgages for Business is rebranding to Mortgage Finance Brokers, or MFB.
A statement from managing director Gavin Richardson says: “It’s now a more accurate reflection of what we do. We offer more than just ‘Mortgages for Business’; we are a broker you can rely on. With our expertise across all areas of property finance, our bespoke buy to let mortgage calculator, and our fantastic new partnerships, we’re transitioning into a broker you can trust with all aspects of property investment whilst maintaining the excellent service we’ve become known for.”
Richardson says the new name will not change the company’s values and core business as an independent specialist mortgage broker with expert Buy to Let, Commercial, Semi Commercial, Residential, Short-term and Bridging finance specialists .
He continues: “For existing clients, your broker and client relationship manager won’t change, but it’s even easier to get in touch with us than before. Keep an eye out for communications from MFB moving forward so you don’t miss any important updates.
“Over the last 32 years we have evolved to do so much more than our ‘old name’ suggests. Mortgages for Business no longer represents what we do — we do mortgages for everybody. We started out focusing on commercial mortgages but now we write mortgages for every type of client from Buy to Lets for individuals as well as limited and Trading companies, to short term and refurbishment finance via Development loans, Residential owner-occupiers — and of course all types of commercial finance.
“Thirty years ago, we weren’t providing mortgages for HMOs, MUFBs, vanilla BTL, holiday lets, and student accommodation or residential mortgages for our clients either. The property finance sector has evolved since the early nineties and our company has, too. We want our name to reflect that.”
Mortgage Finance Brokers is also launching a new website alongside the rebrand which it claims reflects the modern, professional, and diverse range of products and service offered.
The rebrand programme has been undertaken by Cheeky, a creative agency based in Tunbridge Wells that has worked with clients including moneysupermarket, Majestic, and AXA.