The UK’s leading commercial finance network recently shared why its ability to carry out both commercial and residential activities is so beneficial for business.
If you’re considering investing with the finance franchise, Brokerplan wants you to know that by joining this network, you’ll be provided with the necessary authorisation to secure commercial and residential loans under one brand name. Due to this, you’ll have access to a much wider industry, and many more opportunities. In the words of Brokerplan, “You can take on a wider variety of deals, generate more income from fewer clients, and provide further support to your clients.”
Essentially, Brokerplan explains, you can “become a one-stop shop for your clients”, controlling their whole journey and “ensuring they have a positive experience” in which the right solution is found and pursued. You won’t need to pass a client on to another person when you’re regulated across the board.
The advantages of this are evidenced by a recent case. In this case, a client owned two semi-detached cottages with land valued at £450,000 to £475,000 each. As the client lived in one of the properties, the deal was classified as regulated, but with Brokerplan, there was no need to outsource to a residential broker.
Then, “After submitting the case to Glenhawk and completing all of the necessary documentation, an offer was issued to the client which was gladly accepted.” This Glenhawk loan was used to “clear existing charges with an ex-partner and mortgage provider”, and it allowed the owner of these two properties to split the land titles and “get planning on the new title for a residential property”.
To join this network dedicated to the provision of consistent and high quality customer service, you can become a Brokerplan franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £6,995. Find out more about franchising with the brokerage via its profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©