INTRODUCERS

Introducing Partners

Adelpha Property Finance's (“Adelpha”) lending is primarily sourced from introducers such as brokers and packagers, financial advisers, accountants, solicitors, estate agents, banks and auctioneers. Adelpha values introducers and  is committed to developing further successful long term partnerships with introducers and their clients. 

 

Adelpha recognises that there is often a special relationship between an introducer and their clients. As such, Adelpha offers a blended service, whereby the introducer retains control of the client and the communication with them while Adelpha does all the work of processing the application, instructing valuations and legals. Introducers are kept updated throughout the lending process and are always able to deal with a person that makes the decisions. These decisions are made quickly with Adelpha going the extra mile to get the deal done. Adelpha may require a meeting with a potential borrower to understand them and their project in more detail which the introducer has the option of attending. Adelpha will not approach an introducer’s borrowers to cross-sell other products or services.

 

Adelpha pays a generous commission to introducers which can increase for the right deals and volumes. Additionally, brokers have the option of adding their own broker fee to loans. Any commission is paid within one week of the loan completing. 

 

If you would like to develop an introducer relationship with Adelpha Property Finance, please get in touch.

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Adelpha Capital Ltd trading as Adelpha Property Finance do not provide regulated bridge and development loans and are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Think carefully before securing debts against your property. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.

 

Registered Address: Adelpha Capital Ltd, 27 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AX, UK

Company Number: 10409699

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