Finding specialist lending for the hospitality, leisure and care sectors

  • 10th July 2015
  • News
  • Stewart Hindley

Business owners may find that they need extra money for a variety of reasons. They may be in the process of purchasing another business to expand their empire, they may require a new premises for relocation, or they may need to pay off bills. Whatever the reason, when a business needs extra funding, it needs to borrow that money from a source that it can trust. At Stewart Hindley, we assist our clients with hotel finance, bed and breakfast mortgages and many other financial topics, finding the right lenders and helping to provide them with that much needed injection of additional cash.

We work closely with many businesses in the hospitality and leisure sectors, providing them with specialist loans for their individual needs. Specialist loans are commonly used to acquire assets, such as other businesses and premises, and may also be used to buy out partners. We can arrange specialist loans for you to help you achieve your financing targets. These loans allow you to borrow against recurring income, as well as the asset value of your business and against residential and commercial property. Because of this, you can receive potentially higher levels of borrowing on more flexible terms. This means that you don’t have to worry about being inundated with payment requests, and also ensures that you receive enough funding to completely fulfil your requirements. Whatever your needs are, we will help you to quantify the value of your business and lend against it, helping you to avoid putting your own home at risk.

Our knowledge of the specialist funding sector means that we will work diligently to find you the best possible deal. Whether you’re looking for specialist hotel finance, a B&B mortgage to get your new business started, or a means of purchasing another business within the leisure sector, we will help you to expand your business by giving you the tools you need to obtain that all-important funding.

Stewart Hindley

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