small businesses and personal loans specialist john stickley 30+ years in finance industry paul rewrie 15 years an accountant and IFA finanace brokers since 1983 john stickley set up 1pm plc [sub prime lender] which was floated in 2006 we specialize in sub-prime finance we can provide finance for tenants we lend our own money to sub-prime clients we specialise in EFG loans we have many different options to resolve clients problems.

Saturday, 6 February 2010

REMEMBER - BANKS AND FUNDERS ARE NOT HELPING SMALL BUSINESS - BUT WE SPECIALIZE IN HELPING THEM

SUB-PRIME LOANS UK
WE ARE LENDERS AND BROKERS AND DEAL IN EVERY ASPECT OF FINANCE

WE HAVE BEEN IN THE BUSINESS SINCE 1983
with access to over 60 funding sources specialing in small business and consumer finance, and with such extensive experience in the specialist market, we are often able to help small businesses and individuals secure funding which they might not have been able to secure previously. in December 2008 We started lending our money to small businesses, to add to broking activities. so unlike traditional finance houses and high street babks which often show a lack of creativity and commitment to small business, we offer vital finance support to aid development and enhance profitibility in the small business sector.






What is a sub-prime loan?
Generally speaking, anything sub-prime is aimed at borrowers with patchy credit histories. The definition has become more complicated over recent years. Sub-prime can now apply even to borrowers who have missed a few credit card or loan repayments, depending on the lender's own criteria.
The term typically refers to mortgage candidates, though any form of credit offered to people who have had problems with debt repayment is classed as sub-prime.
Sub-prime mortgages in the US are not the same as those in the UK. In the US, a sub-prime mortgage starts on a very low rate for a year or two In the UK, but there are many different kinds of sub-prime loans, depending on the extent of the borrower's past problems.
Securitisation is a popular funding model for lenders that specialise in sub-prime mortgages, so this market virtually dried up overnight in the UK.
Then a general lack of confidence between banks led to a more widespread decline in interbank funding, so even prime mortgage borrowers facedhigher rates as lenders struggled to generate enough cash to support the highly competitive deals that UK borrowers had grown accustomed to in recent years.

  • IS THERE PRESSURE ON YOUR OVERDRAFT?
  • HOW SUPPORTIVE IS YOUR BANK BEING?
  • DO YOU NEED EXTRA WORKING CAPITAL?
  • IS THERE A PROBLEM WITH LATE PAYMENT FROM CUSTOMERS?
  • ARE YOU BEING CHASED FOR OUTSTANDING TAX BILL?
  • PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL

MORTGAGES, RE-MORTGAGES AND LOANS,
SMALL FIRM LOAN GUARANTEE [EFG] SCHEMES,
BRIDGING LOANS,
ASSET FINANCE,
RE-FINANCE,
TAX DEBT PLAN,
FACTORING/INVOICE DISCOUNTING,
COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL LOANS,
PAYROLL FUNDING,
R&D TAX CREDITS,
DRI MARKETING [AND OTHER],
GRANTS - VIRTUALLY FREE MONEY,
PENSIONS, LIFE INSURANCE, CRITICAL ILLNESS, SHAREHOLDER PROTECTION, KEYMAN INSURANCE, REDUNDANCY COVER, INVESTMENTS AND INCOME PROTECTION.


HOW MUCH FUNDING IS AVAILABLE?
The maximum loans that can be supported is £1,000,000 over a terms of between 3 months and 10 years. The loans can be drawn down in up to 4 stages as long as each represents at least 10% and the full loan is taken up within 2 years. capital repayment holidays may be available during the term of the loan.

REMEMBER, WE COVER ALL ASPECT OF FINANCE
PLEASE CALL ME FOR GUARANTEED SUB-PRIME
MR ERNEST IREMIREN
07984 831 865
9am - 6pm
you can send a email with all your requirements and contact details
and i will call you shortly MR-ERNEST@GMX.COM

3 comments:

  1. Wow. You really know a lot about business loans. Thanks for providing us with these pieces of information. It could really help people like me who want to start a new business...

    Thanks,
    Bruce Bent II

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  2. As a California Hard Money Lenders Expert I agree with you that the general lack of confidence between banks led to a more widespread decline in interbank funding, so even prime mortgage borrowers facedhigher rates as lenders struggled

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