Business loans is a very general and broad term… but can be attached to any type of commercial finance, be it, working capital loan, term loan, asset finance, and property finance. We’ve attempted to break this down into its various types and help guide you through the process in a way that allows you to fully understand the types of facilities on offer and ultimately your options.

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  • Alternative Lending Market

    Finance can be available either on a secured basis (typically against property), or unsecured where a lender fundamentally is reliant on the borrower repaying from their resources, with no fall back on security; should the borrower be unable or unwilling to repay.

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  • CCJ Loans

    When a business receives a County Court Judgment it can be a serious blow, depending on the amount of money that needs to be repaid. However, if reimbursed quickly you can limit the effect it will have on your overall business’s credit score.

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  • Finding the Best Business Loan

    View our range of Business loan types, and find the one that's right for you.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Still require assistance? Have a read of our FAQs.

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  • Pricing Guide

    Pricing can very much vary between products, lenders and due to risk. Whilst this is a deep science, that is extremely complex, we have aimed to give you a guide, or rule of thumb if you will, regarding the types of pricing in each category;

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  • Refinancing And Consolidating Business Debt

    Refinancing and consolidating business debt is a common practice in the business world. It is used by businesses to help ease the pressure of existing debts and loan repayments.

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  • Secured Business Loans

    Secured business loans are higher value loans that are secured by the borrower’s assets. These loans are suitable for business that own assets such as commercial property, vehicles, and machinery.

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  • Security

    In terms of the business environment, Security refers to an asset owned by the business or an individual which is pledged in support of finance.

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  • SME Guide to Business Loans

    With over 250 lenders and financial institutions, offering 1000's of products, choosing the wrong type of facility can prove costly for you and your business in both time and money.

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  • Unsecured vs Secured

    The decision as to whether you seek a Secured or Unsecured loan is a personal one, and will depend on a number of factors. These will include how quickly the money is required (an unsecured loan is quicker), whether security is available and/or whether you want to provide security.

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