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finance options for every UK business
If you are unsure which type of funding your business requires then don’t worry; download our guide to find your way through the business finance maze.
There are a wide variety of loan products available for businesses from challenger banks, alternative finance providers and high street banks. Loans can be obtained on a secured basis against business assets, or on an unsecured basis, where your credit score and ability to offer a personal guarantee will be more important.
A commercial mortgage and can be used for several purposes including, buying business premises, extending existing premises, and making residential or commercial investments. Typical repayment periods extend from 10 years up to a maximum of 30 years. Mortgages with shorter repayment periods are usually referred to as bridge finance.
Finpoint helps businesses like yours to find the best funding, savings or insurance product.
Limited companies can sell shares in their business to an investor. The investor in turn will take a share of any profits or losses that the company makes. This can be a good way to fund growth, where you don’t have to make loan repayments and also add new skills and expertise into the business.
Invoice finance is a way of borrowing money against unpaid invoices for a fee. You typically receive up to 85% of the value of an invoice immediately, which can help to ease cash flow worries. The funder will collect the money owed from your invoices, and pay you the balance, less any fees.
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