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10 Proven Strategies to Boost Your Business Loan Eligibility
Looking to secure a business loan? Discover our top 10 proven strategies to improve your eligibility, strengthen your financial position, and pave the way for the growth of your business. Unlock your potential today!
17/05/2023 09:35 - Comment(s)
Navigating the High Tide: The Bank of England's Base Rate Hike and Its Effect on Your Business and Property Investments
Explore the consequences of the Bank of England's base rate increase to 4.5% on UK businesses, commercial lending, real estate investing, and property development.
12/05/2023 13:05 - Comment(s)
Common Myths about Property Development Exposed
If you're thinking of getting into property development, there are a few things you should know. In this article, we'll dispel some of the most common myths about the industry. Whether you're a first-time developer or a seasoned pro, this is a must-read.
12/01/2023 08:00 - Comment(s)
How to Review Your Funding Arrangements this Year
1. The market is ever-changing 2. Your needs are constantly evolving 3. Reviewing your options regularly ensures you're getting the best possible deal 4. It's a good way to stay ahead of the competition 5. You might be surprised at how much you can save #GICCapital #funding #review #business #growth
08/01/2023 08:00 - Comment(s)
The Best Lending Options for Your Business
Small Businesses need financing for working capital because a business must incur and pay for expenditures before it receives money from sales to customers.
08/08/2022 11:15 - Comment(s)
Tips for Effective Property Investment
Real estate investing is one of the most popular forms of investment in the world. If you're a first-time investor, or an experienced one looking to make better use of your time, we have powerful tools that will help you find and close deals.
13/05/2022 07:00 - Comment(s)
Property Factors to Consider - Apartment Blocks - Private Rental Sector ...
Unfortunately, like with any new venture, its not uncommon to see new and sometimes "seasoned" investors getting hung up on the wrong aspects or less viability-breaking elements of an investment property. What should a potential investor be focusing on?