The Property Finance Collective is a specialist property finance brokerage. Our aim is to provide you with an exceptional professional service that you can return to time and time again. Join our referral scheme, it can serve as an extension of your organisation, allowing you to expand into new markets and access new lenders for your clients.

We are always keen to expand our professional network of introducing partners. Becoming an introducer enables you to offer your clients a wide range of products from our experts. Our knowledge and experience with an extensive panel of lenders means that we are best placed to find the right solution specifically tailored to their needs. Contact us below to join our referral scheme.

Products we offer to our introducers

Development finance

  • New Build
  • Conversions
  • Heavy Refurbishment

Bridging Finance

  • Purchase or Capital Raising
  • Light / Medium Refurbishment
  • Development Exit
  • Rebridging

Commercial Finance

  • Commercial or Semi-Commercial
  • HMO Mortgages

Our referral scheme is very generous – with a 50/50 split on commission/fees received.

If any of our introducer clients come back to us, we inform the introducer as soon as we receive their enquiry, so if they were to use our services multiple times, the introducer would receive a referral fee for the duration of that relationship.

​If you would like to learn more about our introducer programme speak to Adam Powell, Head of Business Development today on 01775 713777, alternatively email or fill in the form below to register your interest and our team will be in touch with you shortly.

Fill in the form below to register

A company that doesn’t desert you when things don’t go quite to plan…

Great Company and Michael was always there to help when needed. Didn’t go smoothly as the Scottish land registry closed during the pandemic. This didn’t cause any issues for Michael even though we’ve just completed over 3 months down the line. Michael smoothed everything over with the bridging company that were threatening to charge extra interest as we’d agreed a date for the money to transfer.

- Sean