North West bridging lender Hope Capital rebrands as lending volume doubles

23-Oct-2018

Hope Capital has rebranded and moved to a new office in Atlantic Park, Liverpool this week, all as part of the next phase of its ambitious growth strategy.

Hope Capital is on target to double its lending volumes this year compared to 2017.  To maintain the excellent service it is renowned for, Hope has already increased its staff numbers by a third this year and is continuing to recruit both BDMs and underwriters.

Hope Capital has also revamped its proposition, lowering interest rates, raising LTVs on certain products and is in the process of launching a raft of innovative new loans, the most recent of which is its ‘Fixed Fee Loan’ which launched last week.

The Fixed Fee Loan made Hope Capital the very first lender to allow bridging borrowers to pay a set fee for their loan rather than the usual interest payments, enabling them to borrow more.

To accommodate the growth in staff numbers and allow for further planned expansion, Hope Capital has taken on new offices, four times the size of its previous office. It intends to carry on its recruitment drive to enable it to cope with the significant uplift in demand for its loans but still maintain the speed, flexibility and efficiency that it has become well known for. The increase in staff continues to ensure that every broker can always speak to an underwriter or key decision maker on every loan that they place with Hope.

Jonathan Sealey, CEO of Hope Capital says, “Hope Capital has more than doubled in size in the past year and has even more ambitious plans for the next few years. The company is seven years old now and here to stay. We are well funded and have grown significantly but sensibly. We’ve establishing a firm footing in the bridging market through flexible and sensible underwriting and always keeping our promises. 

“The rebrand and our office move marks the beginning of the next stage of our journey of growth as we aim to continue doubling in size over the years to come.”