Secured Business Loans
If your business has valuable assets - such as commercial property, machinery or vehicles - you can borrow money that is secured against these assets. If you invoice regularly, you may be able to use the value of unpaid invoices as security for a loan.
When a lender uses an asset as security, it means that they have a legal charge on it, which they can call on if you are unable to make repayments. The amount you can borrow will be related to the value of the asset.
What are the benefits of secured business loans?
- Because loans are secured against assets, they are often less complicated to set up than loans based on sales and forecast figures.
- As there is less risk for the lender, secured loans are usually cheaper than unsecured loans.
Why QR Ventures?
You will benefit from the wealth of business experience our staff have. We will work with you to find the right business loan solution for you - whatever size of loan you need.
We are fast to respond to all customer enquiries and you can be sure of a response within 24 hours. With this much experience, check QR Ventures out by calling 0330 053 6790. Our lines are open Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
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