Prevance Bridging Finance gives property brokers peace of mind

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Bridging finance gives property brokers peace of mind and helps them focus on what's really important - selling.


Money worries plague most of us at some point and unfortunately this can affect our performance levels. While this may not be much of an issue for those who enjoy full time, paid employment, it can be catastrophic for those who work on a commission basis.

Property Brokers are in a worse position than most as although they do all the running around and all the hard work in order to get a property sold; more often than not, they have to wait months for the commission to be paid out. And therein lies the problem - cash flow.

We all have monthly obligations which need to be met and worrying about finances undermines our performance and production levels.

Fortunately, there are ways to overcome this in the form of bridging finance. Bridging Finance will advance a portion of the commission earned before the transaction has been finalised, allowing the broker to focus on the most important aspect of his job  selling properties.

Prevance Property Bridging Finance understands property brokers requirements and as such has designed a package specifically aimed at servicing their financial needs.

"We pride ourselves on offering a seamless, hassle-free service that gives an agent access to 75% of their commission within 24 hours of approval," says Christo Jonker, Sales and Marketing Manager of Prevance Capital.

"Our track record in the industry speaks for itself and we are immensely proud of the way our company has paved the way for those who are passionate about real estate."

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Last modified on Sunday, 05 November 2017 03:18

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