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Definition of sale and leaseback

“Sale and leaseback a way of raising capital by selling an asset to a finance provider and leasing it back. It provides a boost of while allowing you to continue using an asset within your business.”

If your business is asset-rich but cash poor, sale and lease back could be an alternative way of raising some working capital without giving up the use of your business critical assets.

You could sell high-value items such as machinery, vehicles or computer equipment to a third-party finance provider, and then arrange a leasing deal so you can rent the equipment back for a fixed monthly cost.

Sale and lease back can offer any asset-rich business a fast boost of cash, while retaining the use of business critical assets.

To find out how sale and leaseback could give your business an injection of working capital without losing the use of your assets, call us on 03330 069 141.

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