Rick Hyland

Rick is the Business Development Manager at rebuildingsociety.com. He gives users an insight into various elements of the loan application process.

Festive Preparation for Your Business

6th Nov 2018

With the Bonfire smoke clearing and the sound of fireworks still ringing, in our ears many people now turn to Christmas preparation and celebrations. Whilst the upcoming festive season brings with it plenty of fun and reasons for celebrations, it is often a challenging time ...

Do you need a Candy Hero this Halloween?

24th Oct 2018

              You may wish to get some treats for your mummy or you may have plans to be goblin them all down yourself. “Witch”ever way you decide to celebrate this Halloween don’t have nightmares about missi...

How To Get Your Loan Funded

6th Nov 2017

At rebuildingsociety.com, we are always looking for smart ways to improve our processes in order to help our lenders and borrowers. We have made several changes this year, and as such, we decided to revisit our How to Get Your Loan Approved and Funded blog post from January...

Submitting a Loan Application

17th Jul 2017

At rebuildingsociety.com, we appreciate how busy life can be as a business owner. That’s why we’ve tried to make our application process as simple as possible. (more…)

How to Get Your Loan Approved and Funded

26th Jan 2017

Navigating your way through a loan process can often prove to be challenging and may seem like a long road obfuscated by a fog of red-tape and administration. At rebuildingsociety.com we have made our processes as simple and transparent as possible to help you navigate th...

The A-E of Reasons to Take a Business Loan

23rd Nov 2016

 Asset Purchase Assets can often be purchased through a hire purchase agreement, but where this option is unavailable a business loan can fill the funding gap and allow you to spread the cost of potentially expensive equipment.  In some instances the asset can act as secu...
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