How can we help you?
At Roma Finance we understand that every property transaction is unique. That’s why we put flexibility at the forefront of everything we do. We have introduced #RomaFLOW – a fast new bridging channel designed for minimal hassle and quick completions.
- Fast: streamlined legal process for quick completions
- Flexible: lending for a wide range of property types
- Simple: we stick to our decisions
- Trusted: we value integrity, and partners keep coming back
It's time to choose a partner less ordinary
I’m an intermediary
We’re not just structuring the right finance for your customer. We’re working with you to build your business. Making sure your customers come back to you for their next project and the one after that.
That’s the approach that brings so many reputable introducers and intermediaries to our door. Above all we believe in building long-term relationships based on deep understanding of your and your customers’ needs. Let’s make the lending process as speedy and simple as possible, and create an an experience less ordinary.
I’m a borrower
You know you need finance. A bridging loan perhaps, or maybe a term loan. You also know that there are lots of lenders out there, and they all seem much the same. So why choose Roma Finance?
Because before we lend, we listen. Because we believe in tailoring the finance to the project. Because we understand that you simply want to get the finance over the line as quickly and efficiently as possible, and we have a knack for making good things happen.
We're the professional's professionals; no ordinary lender
Our people are experienced finance experts who understand the property market. Some are landlords themselves, and they all bring passion, commitment, positivity and agility to every deal.
Mark is is responsible for providing support to intermediaries in the Midlands area
Kirsty is the Business Development Manager serving London and the South East of England
Scott is the founder and managing director of Roma and responsible for the overall direction of the business
Charlotte is responsible for all things marketing and communication within the business
Ben manages the business development team as well as supporting intermediaries in the North and Scotland
Daniel is Roma’s first ever employee and is now supporting key accounts across England, Wales and Scotland
Deborah runs Roma’s comprehensive and friendly customer service and collection team supporting borrowers
Robert is a business development manager supporting intermediaries in the North of England and Scotland
George is a new business lending specialist supporting intermediaries in the North West and North Wales
Rebekah joined the business in 2021 and is supporting intermediaries and the new business team
Lisa is our Completions Manager, driving cases over the line in a streamlined and efficient manner
Lorraine is Roma’s operations and risk professional and heads up the underwriting team
As sales administrator, Christina supports the new business team ensuring intermediaries expectations are met
Steve manages the entire business development team and also manages new business in the South West of England & South Wales
Just a few of our recent successes
What would you like to know?
These types of loans are also called bridge financing or a bridge loan. A bridging loan is short-term financing used until a person or company secures permanent financing or removes an existing obligation. Bridge loans are short term, typically up to one or two years. These types of loans are generally used in real estateFind out more
Roma considers bridging finance up to £3 million although larger loans can be considered by referral
A refurbishment loan is a type of bridging loan, a secured borrowing available for developers and landlords looking to improve a property before selling or renting out. The finance is essentially to cover the costs of property refurbishment.
Auction finance is simply another term for bridging or short term finance. It is used to purchase properties at auction because it can be arranged extremely quickly and fits neatly into the purchasing timescales of the auction houses. Usually properties at auction are required to complete with 28 days.