Types of Small Business Bonds
Selling a business or other high-value asset? With the Banks tightening up on lending, you may need to issue a Vendor Bond to close the deal.
For Business Development, issue a ‘series’ of bonds to fund business development or expansion.
Issue a series of Bonds for small-scale property development projects. For shared ownership or equity release, issue a Vendor Bond to finance the sale/purchase of a tenant in common ownership share in real estate.
Got a great idea that needs equity funding to develop? Convertible Bonds can be issued as a precursor to an equity-based crowdfunding exercise. Equity funding is contributed in return for a share of ownership. It’s not repayable, demands no provision of security (other than the issued shares) and bears no interest.
Steven from Doncaster
I could not have sold my share in this property without the help of Vendor Bonds. Their Vendor financing process was quick & easy to follow. I would recommend Vendor Bonds to anyone looking to buy or sell a share in real estate.
Lawn mowing Franchise
“VendorBonds.com is truly the people’s bank. I have just sold my third lawn mowing franchise thanks to the help of Vendor Bonds. Now more people can afford to by my franchises.” Said James from Brisbane.
Jane from Cabramatta
Vendor Bonds helped me buy my Asian food business in Cabramatta. I tried to borrow the extra funds I needed from the bank, but they said no. I now own a profitable business that helps me support my family. Thank you VB.