• Borrow from
    £10k to £500k

  • Competitive rates
    from as low as 3.95%

  • No upfront fees
    or hidden charges

  • Same day funding
    options available

  • Flexible repayment
    terms up to 7 years

Fast food and takeaway asset finance

Ready to expand your fast food or takeaway business and been refused a business loan from the bank?

Perhaps you are just starting out and need additional capital to invest in your company, fast food and takeaway asset finance may be the best option for you.

Unfortunately, unless you have an impeccable credit record and a solid business plan, getting a loan from a traditional lender can be difficult. But there are other options, and we are here to help.

Benefits of fast food and takeaway asset finance through The Funding Store

Whether you need to refurbish your premises, purchase new stock or you just need help with cash flow, fast food and takeaway asset finance can provide you with sensible and secure way of accessing the capital you need.

Fast food and takeaway asset finance allows you to secure capital against new or existing assets, giving you the security and peace of mind, you need to drive your business forward.

At The Funding Store we understand the enormous money-making opportunities the takeaway industry has to offer, and we are here to help you make the most of your business.

Ready to see if your business could benefit from fast food and takeaway asset finance? Just contact our specialist team today on 01908 880420, we are ready to help.

How it works

We can offer the following asset finance options:

Finance lease

Need new equipment or vehicles without the burden of ownership? A finance lease works in a similar way to renting, at the end of the agreement you will be able to return the equipment, meaning you aren’t left with out-dated equipment.

Hire purchase

If you’d prefer to own the new asset at the end of the term then a hire purchase could be for you. This works in a similar way to a finance lease, but your monthly payments will be working towards full ownership at the end of the agreement.

Operating lease

For those needing plant, machinery or tools to carry out their trade, an operating lease gives you the flexibility of monthly payments with a final term payment based on the different between the original purchase price and the final residual value.

Refinancing

Often described as a way of ‘unlocking’ cash, refinancing is a type of asset finance that uses existing items in your business as security. This means that you can take out finance based on the value of something your business already owns.

Why use The Funding Store?

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Are you looking for a hassle free loan application with
no hidden fees and no upfront charges?

We are continually reviewing funding providers to bring you choice, competitive rates and flexibly to access the right finance, at the right time. But most importantly, we are passionate about what we do. This is evident in our enthusiasm and commitment to assisting you at each stage and after you have secured your finance.

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Fast food and takeaway asset finance specialists

We help all types of businesses to access asset finance. By connecting you with an extensive panel of reputable lenders, our team can bring you choice and competitive asset finance.

If you have any questions on how asset finance might work for your business please do get in touch with our team, we will be pleased to help.

Based in Milton Keynes, our team are fast moving and the application process is simple and fast, and without upfront fees for your finance.

We are open 7 days a week, so contact us today via our online contact forms and we will get back to you as quickly as we can.

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