By Euro Weekly News Media • 23 August 2015 • 6:34
ITEMS ACCEPTED: Jewellery, high end electronics, or boats to sports cars.
EVERYONE wants something they cannot afford. It’s human nature to want, regardless of your current financial situation. The next time you lust after something just a little out of your budget think HolaCredito.
HolaCredito (www.holacredito.com) is Spain’s number one short term lender.
Based in Puerto Banus and holding both an online and physical presence in many areas, HolaCredito has the lending power to put your mind at ease.
Fun dreams will become reality when you contact one of their caring representatives and you hear about everything they have to offer. They are not a bank and have no shareholders to answer to so they lend when others simply cannot.
Here is how it works: HolaCredito will accept most anything for collateral from boats to sports cars, jewellery to high end electronics. Simply contact them in person or over the phone and submit the item you wish to put up. Once the value is established by one of HolaCredito’s professional lenders the money can be in your hand in as little as 30 minutes.
Or if you would rather, they can wire the money directly to an account you provide. And because they originate the loan they allow more flexibility for repayment. Low interest rates which are calculated daily means you have the option to pay over time, quickly or all at once.
Over-extending your budget isn’t something to make a habit of but with the right collateral and the right partner in the lending business it’s something anyone can do with confidence.
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