ASSET FINANCE AND EQUIPMENT FINANCING LOANS EXPLAINED of Valdamark Ltd

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ASSET FINANCE AND EQUIPMENT FINANCING LOANS EXPLAINED
  • ASSET FINANCE AND EQUIPMENT FINANCING LOANS EXPLAINED
  • ASSET FINANCE AND EQUIPMENT FINANCING LOANS EXPLAINED
  • ASSET FINANCE AND EQUIPMENT FINANCING LOANS EXPLAINED
What is Asset Finance ?

Paying cash outright for capital assets can take up a considerable amount of your working capital. With Asset Finance this pressure is eased by allowing you to fund up to 100% of the v...

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What is Asset Finance ?

Paying cash outright for capital assets can take up a considerable amount of your working capital. With Asset Finance this pressure is eased by allowing you to fund up to 100% of the value of any equipment that you need. This can be anything from Machinery and Tools to Computers and Vehicles.

Asset based lending can even be arranged against less common assets like marine and aviation equipment. Franchises are another where shop fitting and refurbishment can be included in a lease.

Asset Finance is essentially a simple and fast way for business to obtain the funding they need for purchasing assets to run and grow their businesses.

Will I be accepted ?

In general most businesses can qualify for Asset Financing.

The amount you can be eligible for and the interest rate that you pay will depend on the value of the equipment.

Your company financial history and credit history will also be taken into consideration.

That said equipment financing can be a preferred option for those with a less than perfect credit history, as the equipment essentially acts as the loans collateral.

It can be even be said that Asset Finance companies are equally as interested in the quality of the asset in addition to your credit history.

Most clients meet the below criteria…..

Annual revenue over £150,000
Satisfactory credit history 
More than 2 years in business 


What Documents do I need to apply ?

See the below list as an example of what may be required for an application…..

Identification 
Company tax returns 
Bank statements
Credit history 
Financial accounts 
Equipment quotation 


How does Asset Financing work in the UK ?

As the old saying goes it takes money to make money.

Many business owners will find that they just need to get that one piece of equipment that can help them secure a particular deal. Ultimately it’s about growing their business.

Asset Finance or an equipment loan could be the right move for you. It can be used to purchase almost anything.

Particularly….

Machinery, office equipment, company cars, plant hire equipment, computers and tools.

The equipment serves as collateral for the loan. How much you are eligible to borrow will depend on the equipment you are looking to buy. New or used.
The price of the equipment will decide the amount and terms of the equipment financing.

Personal Guarantees may be required here.

Most asset finance loans are agreed at fixed interest rates. Generally these are between 8% and 30% with fixed term lengths, so you can expect to pay the same installment every month.

How long does Asset Financing last ?

Most of the time the term of your equipment loan will depend on the lifetime of the equipment itself. Lenders don’t want to finance something beyond its anticipated lifespan.

These points are key to understanding how Asset Finance terms are decided.
The type of equipment will be factored in to the decision.

The lenders are essentially financing a ‘tangible’ asset that will add value to your business over a period of time.

What is the difference between Equipment Financing and Equipment Leasing ?

There are a couple of different types of asset finance.

The alternative to Equipment Finance is Equipment Leasing.

Both have advantages and disadvantages but it is important to remember with a loan you will own the equipment at the end of the term. With Equipment leasing you probably won’t.

Asset Finance for equipment is more for the long term whereas leasing can be seen as a temporary solution.

Some thoughts on Asset Finance Solutions

It’s key to look at your business financials to decide if an equipment loan makes sense, and can add value.

Could you save yourself the cost of equipment finance by spending the cash and not having to think about monthly payments or interest?

Does your cash flow allow for it?

If you can’t afford to buy right now what will be the impact here? Would it mean lost sales and profits in the absence of equipment that could have been financed in the meantime?

These decisions are all decided on a case by case basis and there is no right or wrong answer.

With good planning and guidance, the right piece of equipment should generate more revenue than the cost to you.

What do I do next ?

Capital Investment is critical for most businesses to remain competitive and productive from vehicles to plant and machinery. Not many businesses are aware that IT hardware and software including licensing rights can be funded by asset finance rather than using up vital cash flow.

A full funding proposition including Asset Finance alongside Invoice finance or working capital solutions and commercial mortgages can provide a fit for purpose solution to meet the ambitions of growing businesses wherever you are in the business life cycle.

With access to whole of market lenders and funding providers via our broker contact we can support you through the process from start to finish. All you need to do is phone or complete the online enquiry form to set the ball rolling.

ShortForm Business Consultants Ltd (Company Number 10428423) provide consultancy services on behalf of Empire Commercial Finance Ltd (Company Number 08798534). We are not a Broker or Lender.

Price of the Service

Price not indicated

Technical Details

Short Form Consultants know the demands of running a business are immense and continue to put pressure on time and energy for business owners and directors. This is no better illustrated than the requirements in completing lending proposal forms and presenting to funding providers particularly where more complex solutions are required.
 
Short Form Consultants are able to help you navigate the requirements of your existing lender and with a very close working relationship with a National Association of Commercial Financial Brokers (NACFB) to support clients to package and present to alternative funding providers.

Nigel Whitfield is a highly experienced commercial banker with over 30 years combined experience. With much of this gained during the period following the financial crisis he has an in depth knowledge and understanding of the current climate and the demands this puts on business.

During the next decade the lending landscape of the United Kingdom will change dramatically in line with global trends. Commercial banks will not be the only source for capital as many alternative, non banking lenders are now emerging as significant investors for business.

Inspired by countless conversations with many business owners and entrepreneurs, Nigel launched Short Form Consultants in 2016 to be part of the solution to a problem that is plaguing millions of business owners looking to grow. Access to working capital.

Short Form Consultants specialize in advice and guidance for a variety of commercial finance options including.  Commercial mortgagesAsset FinanceInvoice Finance and  Invoice Factoring.

We have helped a broad clientele secure their funding requirements. They can be those looking for a  commercial property mortgage or a property development loan through to clients looking for a working capital solution with invoice finance or invoice factoring.

 It’s no secret that businesses need money to make money, but 4 out of 5 applications by business owners will be denied for a business loan. Or the terms they achieve will be less than favorable. Short Form provide a bespoke approach to commercial finance allowing you to focus on the actual running of your business while we review your options and assist you in a complete and ‘lender friendly’ proposal.

Our goal is honesty and integrity. We want to make lenders compete for your business, not the other way around.

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