BPL FAQ

General FAQ

The Business Partners Limited offering What does Business Partners Limited offer? Does Business Partners Limited have group focus areas? In which industry sectors does Business Partners Limited invest? In which industries does Business Partners Limited not invest? In what kind of businesses does Business Partners Limited invest? Does Business Partners Limited offer value adding services? What makes Business Partners Limited different from...
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Investment FAQ

Acquiring Business Partners Limited finance What are the main criteria for investment? What are the Business Partners Limited’s investment parameters? What is the requirement regarding own contribution? What security is required for the finance? What is the repayment period? What investment options does Business Partners Limited offer? How does an entrepreneur qualify for Business Partners Limited investment financing? How do you apply...
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Property finance FAQ

Financing or refinancing your own business property What are the benefits of purchasing a property for use as premises for a small or medium enterprise? Can Business Partners Limited finance my business premises? Is 100% finance available to purchase a property? What are the benefits of purchasing a property for use as premises for a small or medium enterprise? Acquiring premises for own use offers many real benefits, including secu...
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Multi-tenanted property FAQ

Financing multi-tenanted property investments What is multi-tenanted property? What is the nature of a multi-tenanted investment? How does the financing of multi-tenanted properties work? What are the benefits of purchasing commercial or industrial property as an investment? What services are offered in the case of a multi-tenanted property? What is the typical profile of multi-tenanted properties that are suitable for investment? ...
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Red flags: a few reasons why a business plan could be rejected

Bear in mind the following warning signs when considering starting or growing your business Over-gearing of the business; Insufficient experience of key management – the inability to successfully manage & grow the business; The business owners are not actively involved in the business; The market for the product is clearly saturated or non-existent; Inability to justify various assumptions in the business plan - failure to demonstrate...
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