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Category Archives: Creative finance

Creative Finance: Collateral Loans

A collateral loan is one secured against an asset such as a house or car. The asset is the collateral. If the agreed repayments stop, the lender can seize the … Continue reading

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Creative Finance: Deferred Payment

A loan, rental contract or other agreement with a deferred-payment clause indicates that payment will start at a later date than the signing of the contract. Car loans are common … Continue reading

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Creative Finance: Lease to Own

A lease-to-own agreement allows the renter to purchase the asset leased at the end of the agreement period. Typically, part of the fee is used to offset the cost of … Continue reading

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Creative Finance: Seller Financing

Seller financing is when a loan, required for the purchase of a property, is financed by the seller rather than a traditional lending institution. Typically, the buyer takes over the … Continue reading

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