Why use a finance broker?


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

With the current care home market being particularly buoyant it appears there could not be a better time to borrow money. Banks are keen to be involved in this growth area and may generally seem willing to lend money on attractive terms. In such a buyers’ market is there really any need to go through a broker to obtain a business mortgage or development loan? The simple answer is ‘Yes’. A good broker, as well as arranging finance packages, will provide a range of services combined with valuable experience and expertise. As a preferred business partner of the National Care Association, GR Patrick & Company (Finance) Ltd (GRPF)is able to provide a broad service that includes the assessment of business accounts, business valuations and explanations of legal issues, as well as the provision of competitive finance deals. It has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of care homes and is able to use its many established contacts throughout the banking and finance sector to source the most appropriate funding





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