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Asset Finance

Its main aim is to provide flexibility of funding using credit or leasing facilities to
purchase assets for your business, such as machinery or equipment needed
to run or grow the business. It is, in the main, more competitive than bank funding.
It is financed from working revenue and has affordable, regular payments
which ease cash flow. Fixed rates are available and there are possible
tax advantages.

This can be a bewildering area of finance with various commercial mortgage and
property investment schemes. There are probably as many different schemes as
there are business scenarios. An independent financial broker such as
Commercial Expert Ltd will have access to competitive rates and a
range of lenders and finance sources – prime lenders (high street names) and subprime
lenders. This broad access allows us to answer enquiries from self-employed,
sole traders, partnerships, those with adverse credit and other non-status situations.

Asset finance can be plant – machinery and tools, vehicles – cars to combines,
equipment – computers to construction. The general criteria is that the asset is
to be identifiable, durable and moveable.

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Case Study

Bridging Loan – Yorkshire

Bridging loan – Total loan of £58k

The situation: This client approached us for a small bridging loan of £50,000 for twelve months. This was to complete a new build four bedroom detached house on land which was owned by the clients family, which was wind & watertight.

The solution: Commercial Expert Ltd worked with a bridging lender who were happy to release monies to the client subject to the property been transferred for nil consideration into the clients names and all building regulations being met. The Property was transferred to the clients and all relevant building regulations signed off – on receipt of the certification funds were released to the client’s solicitor within 48 hours.