signs with Finsure signs with Finsure and Finsure have partnered to make Funding’s bridging, business and building loan products available to Finsure’s brokers who in turn can offer Funding’s unique lending solutions to their customers.

Funding sets itself apart in the short-term property finance space by offering agile lending solutions that have been expertly curated and customised to the particular needs of brokers and their clients – adopting ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking for complex proposals.

Funding’s state-based BDM’s and Gold Coast-based credit team work closely with brokers to present flexible offerings and the lender’s proprietary built software platform facilitates swift and efficient credit underwriting – with same-day conditional approvals and, in some cases, settlements in less than 48 hours.

“We see Brokers turning to Funding for two key reasons – one, is to offer our diverse product offering to their clients – and two, is to work with a trusted, knowledgeable and established lender in the bridging finance space. When we established Funding in 2015, our core mission was to become a property lender that Brokers really could depend on – a ‘safe haven in rough weather’. As we continue to deliver on that mission, it is imperative that we partner with organisations that share our value proposition – Finsure is one of these partners,” remarked Funding’s Founder and CEO, Jack O’Reilly (pictured).

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Finsure and really see such a great fit and alignment between both businesses. We’re very excited about the opportunity to work with Jas and the Finsure team further and assist their growing network of Brokers and the needs of their clients.”

Finsure National Commercial Manager Jas Fazlic shares Jack O’Reilly’s sentiments, commenting that, “The diversification of our lender panel has always been a strength of Finsure. By introducing the innovative products provided by Funding, we reinforce that value proposition and offer all brokers in our network a solution that complements their existing suite.”