We offer a wide range of facilities from the best finance companies
Independent asset finance brokers who compare all asset refinancing options to find and put in place the best asset refinance deals from £5,000 to £50 million.
Providing an excellent alternative to bridging loans, asset refinancing can also be arranged very quickly, normally within just a few days (although 24 hours is also possible). In addition asset refinance is a low cost method of finance that has a high acceptance rate.
Being independent finance brokers we have facilities with all the best providers of asset refinance, from the large asset finance companies who are subsidiaries of the big banks, to the smaller specialist niche lenders. We will find you the best asset refinancing deal currently available based on the type of asset being used for security, the amount and term that is required, and any other additional requirements that you may have.
As independent asset finance brokers we will search the most competitive asset refinance providers to find facilities that meet your requirements. We will then compare these facilities to ensure that you receive a great deal.
The money received through refinancing equipment and releasing capital can be used by your business for any legal purpose:
Repayment terms for asset refinancing can be tailored to suit your requirements, normally on a monthly or quarterly basis.
Up to 100% of the asset value can be raised and you can refinance any assets that your business owns. Ideally any asset that you would like to refinance should be unencumbered (owned outright / has no existing finance secured on it). If there is existing finance already secured on the asset, it can still be refinanced provided that the existing asset finance facility is cleared beforehand, or from the proceeds of the new facility.
Single or multiple assets can be refinanced in order to raise the finance required. You retain the asset and use it like you did previously.
Asset refinancing can be used to release the tied up capital in most assets provided that they are durable and also identifiable, so they will need to have a registration or serial number.
Sale and leaseback is a term used to describe the act of selling an asset to a leasing company for an amount equivalent to its current market value, this is a method of asset refinance. The payment for the asset is then available for the company to use. The company is able to continue using the asset in the same way that it used to, in return lease payments are made each month or quarterly to the leasing company.
Last updated: 04 June 2019 | © KIS Bridging Loans 2020