Considering secured Property Finance as an option to raise additional capital? Trust Metis Funding to guide you through the various options.
Property finance is usually an option if the property is owned or if other assets can provide security against the loan. The funds released can provide a liquidity boost to your business or it can be utilised to fund growth. A property can also be used to support access to a revolving working capital facility, which works in a similar way to a traditional type overdraft.
Is this the right funding solution?
If you are considering secured Property Finance as an option to raise additional capital, there is no shortage of lenders to choose from. However, the more you shop around the more confusing the choices become.
It is therefore advisable to seek impartial advice to guide you through the various options, so that you find the right solution at the appropriate rate.
Whatever reason it should ideally be the most appropriate solution to the business requirements, having considered all other available funding solutions.
The disadvantages of a secured business loan are:
- Assets secured are at risk in the event of default
- Repayment terms may not be as flexible
- The loan process can be protracted and more costly
Before choosing secured finance you should have a clear idea of the legal implications and whether it is the right option. We can help guide you through what’s best for your business.
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