At TIC Finance, we understand the importance of acting fast within time-sensitive financial situations such as house repossession. Our experienced and dedicated team are an FCA regulated specialist provider of funding solutions secured on properties throughout the United Kingdom, and have proven history of stopping house repossession.
If you require expert advice regarding repossession or are looking for fast, flexible property funding solutions; we are able to help. Our professional and friendly finance experts are available to contact 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so you can rest assured your finance solution is just a phone call away.
Whether you require further information about a potential joint venture, or want to invest in a property development loan; we are always happy to discuss your options with you. We also offer fast house sales if you’re at risk of having your house repossessed, and can have the funds in your account in as little as 48 hours. Eliminate unnecessary stress and get in touch today for a cash offer on your house.
As well as providing house repossession help, our extensive knowledge on real estate and risk also allows us to provide funding solutions to a number of different deals including: stopping repossession, bridging loans, property development loans, joint ventures and many more.
We also work closely with a specialist legal team to ensure all important legal aspects are taken into consideration with every financial service we provide.
At TIC Finance, we value our relationships with individuals, clients, intermediaries and investors which is why you can trust us to take care of all of your property finance queries. We don’t just have the knowledge, but we also have the compassion needed to quickly and easily deal with your finances for the best possible, most stress-free solution.
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