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Are you looking for a reliable source of business financing for your business? This is no longer as simple a task to achieve as it was in the recent past. The credit crunch of 2008 has changed the game fundamentally, and made the job of securing the finance you need much more fraught. The harsh economic winds that have set in since the start of the credit crisis, and the subsequent recession, have made the lack of access to business financing all the more difficult to bear.
Business financing is needed across the board for a range of essential business activities. Depleted inventories require major stock purchases to bring them back up to acceptable levels of readiness, for the hoped economic recovery. Or perhaps you are finding increased demand justifies the hiring of more staff, or an investment in new equipment - if that can't be funded from your cash assets, you will need to turn to business financing.
And no business can operate efficiently without a facility to cover short term fluctuations in cash flow, especially where clients have been parsimonious with releasing monies for invoices raised.
The traditional source of business financing has always been the retail banking and building society sector, and their credit facilities. But these have dried up, or become prohibitively expensive over the last two years. The Bank of England does not foresee any short term relief for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), with its first quarter assessment of the credit markets decidedly downbeat (see Credit Conditions Survey -2010 Q1) on the supply and price of credit available.
There are other options for the finance director to turn to when seeking business financing - venture capital banks can be keen on offering funds, particularly for new start ups with attractive prospects, or to kick start expansions of fledgling businesses. However, going down this road entails a large investment in time and energy and can sometimes mean having to sign away part of your business.
An investment by a private equity firm may also be an option to provide much needed business financing, but this does mean the surrendering of a substantial portion of profits earned, as well as the payment of management fees. Once again, securing funds can be onerous and demanding of management's time.
There is, however, another way out of your business financing dilemma, which may involve considerably less cost and time and will still leave you with control of the company you have worked so hard to build. You could seek to unlock the financial value held in the commercial property from which you do business, in conjunction with SellMyCommercialProperty.
SellMyCommercialProperty are commercial property experts, backed by substantial investment funds, who look to buy any type of commercial property whether it be a shop, office or industrial unit. Our dedicated team is experienced in the implementation of so called 'sale and rent back' deals, also known as 'sale and lease back', which aim to release funds for business financing. These deals involve a timely and swift purchase of your commercial premises, for a fair price, which SellMyCommercialProperty will then lease back to you on terms to be agreed.
You can have a long term lease set up, in order to provide you with the security you need, and then the monies from the sale can be used to for whatever strategy your business financing was seeking to enable. All of this can be done much faster than other routes of business financing, where you need to bring investors on board with your business strategy. You retain control, and your business can continue to thrive. Get in touch with SellMyCommercialProperty today to see how we can transform your financing problem into an opportunity.
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