Financial Firms

Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by Rosaline Kay, Jun 18, 2017.

  1. Rosaline Kay Registered Member

    Hi. We're planning to put up another diagnostic center in a city nearby. This time, we want to make it more spacious to add more facilities and hire additional staff. We prefer a commercial area so we can be more exposed to people. However, we know very well that we will be needing more capital for this. We still have an existing bank loan and to be honest, the interest is quite high. We're thinking about a credit union firm coz we heard that this type of financial institution is more flexible in terms of payment and interest rates. Just wanted to know if anybody here have an existing loan with a credit union. What's your experience?
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  3. sculptor Valued Senior Member

    How much do you wish to borrow, and how much of your own capital are you planning to invest?

    Banks and credit unions play a percentage game to control risk. The greater the risk, the higher percentage they charge. The lower your investment, the higher the risk(for them).

    Once you understand the lender's needs, negotiations become easier.

    By and large, credit unions were created for investment in real property. I don't know your business, so further advice is idle speculation.

    good luck
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  5. ponkaponka Registered Member

    thanks for the opinion. it really helped me.
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