Fast Loans, Asset Finance & Equity Release
We are often involved in transactions that need to be fast for many reasons – solve a problem – cash-raising for property purchase – capital injections for business opportunities – tax obligations – company cashflow – buying opportunities…
The fact is capital raising and debt restructuring is the easiest and fastest way to raise money in the current climate. The high street banks are saddled with BBL (Bounce Back Loan) and CBILS (Corona Business Interruption Loan Scheme) loan applications which are restricting the flow of commercial funding when and where it is needed most.
It seems obscure that it can take a week to get an appointment at the bank or a response from an online application when we on the other hand can provide loans from the application to drawdown in a matter of days.
What makes it easy? –
- We have access to a panel of sophisticated and motivated lenders with capital ready to be released.
- The experience of our team means our qualification process is accurate and meets the needs of our lenders criteria.
- We work with you to provide the precise information in one go to satisfy an underwriter.
- Help us help you – provide the information requested, it’s for a reason.
FAQ about Equity Release
Why would I consider Equity Release?
If you require funds to complete other projects or purchases or would like additional cash flow.
How does it work?
Finance a vehicle or assets you currently own and receive a cash payment for the agreed amount.
What can I release equity from?
Cars. Boats. Planes. Jewellery. Ask us and we can discuss your options.
How much equity can I release?
That depends on your personal circumstances; however, the asset or vehicle must have a value upwards of £25,000. We can release up to 90% of the value.
Do I still have access to my assets?
Of course. They remain in your possession free for you to enjoy. Equity release works just like any other finance agreement.
Sounds interesting but I’d like to know a little more about it…
We know finance isn’t always easy to understand. Give us a call and we’ll do what we can to help.