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|Original Message Added : 27 Mar 2012|
I'm not a home owner but my credit history is pretty good, i was going to get a loan of 30,000 over a ten year period, would this be a viable loan agreement ?
|Reply : 27 Mar 2012|
i would recomend your bank firstly because if you have been good with them then they might have a good deal on a business loan for you, and if you have a business account with them they will see how and what repayments you can make, but it also helps to have a business plan, do you have one if not drop us an email we have a business plan template you can use, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Reply : 28 Mar 2012|
Hope it helps
SC Lee Accountant
|Reply : 29 Mar 2012 - (Edited : 30 Mar 2012)|
We have lists of organisations offerring different types of finance e.g.banking finance,trade finance,property finance,invoice discounting,bridging finance,venture capital and leasing.
Chris Whiteley 07790-816592 Info@Clientspal.com
Offices in most UK cities
|Reply : 30 Mar 2012|
Unless banks have changed thier minds they won't give loans to tenants for £20,000 and above. I was told this by a few just a couple of years ago much things may of changed.
|Reply : 5 Apr 2012|