Sinead Moynihan, head of sales at Mint Bridging, has welcomed the company's decision to relocate to MediaCityUK, Salford.
Mint has moved the sales and business development team, headed by Sinead and including Jordon Catto, Steven Bowes, Connor Hornby, Max Herman and Kate Busuttil following the company experiencing new broker enquiries in Bristol, Bath, London and the North West.
With faster direct rail and motorway access for the BDMs from the new location, they’ve set up more face-to-face meetings with brokers and borrowers.
This has already resulted in generating the highest number of completions this month alone, since the company was founded in 2011. The results are from the BDM’s doing business with interested brokers, that they previously didn’t have the resources to accommodate. And from this, the enquiry to conversion ratio has jumped by 40 percent. Sinead explained:
“Mint runs a tight knit team and our internal communication is extremely strong. But we knew we needed to expand our office capacity to accommodate this new wave of broker enquiries. Even though having two offices for a small business is rare, it was decided that the sales team move to Salford in order to grow the company.
"This investment has already paid off. Between our new sales office and the headquarters in Altrincham, we have streamlined our internal correspondence to operate like clockwork. Everyone in the company is extremely happy with how this new set up has instantly resulted in such a rapid number of completions from new brokers.”
Mint Bridging offers uniquely structured short-term bridging loans, up to £5million, to be used towards property purchases, refinance or development projects.