Making it easy to invest in plant and equipment
We offer funding solutions for any type of plant, equipment or vehicles used in your construction business.
All Construction Assets
Funding schemes can fund pretty much any hard asset needed for your business. Common examples include:
- All types of machinery
- Site buildings
- Commercial vehicles
- Technology & software
- Green technologies
We will offer the lending facility that is right for your business. From Hire Purchase to Operating Leases, the benefits include:
Optional balloon payments
Can be used for hard and soft assets
Settle the agreement at any time
Fixed interest rates
Refinancing available on existing business assets
“Reality Finance provide competitive lease rates enabling our customers to spread the cost of purchasing new equipment with our Easy Payment scheme. They are happy to talk directly with our customers and offer expert financial advice. In this difficult economic climate, we are looking to build on our relationship to make purchasing even easier for our customers.”
Mark Jackson-Nichols , Director, Loma Systems
Having Reality Finance as a partner has enabled our customers to invest in our tray sealing lines which is vital capital equipment that has enabled them to grow their businesses and improve efficiencies much quicker than if they had waited to generate the cash to pay for these assets.
We have always found the team at Reality Finance to be extremely responsive and supportive of us and our joint customers through the whole purchasing process, making it as smooth and swift as possible.
Sam Ashton , Commercial Director, Packaging Automation Ltd
How does our Finance work?
Speak to us and we will use our panel of lenders to find you the best monthly payment option.
Choose the asset or service your company needs
Speak to us and we will use our panel of lenders to find you the best monthly payment option
We take care of the paperwork and invoicing
Your product or service is delivered to you
You pay for your new asset as you use it
Why Reality Finance?
5 star service rating
Verified by Feefo
Over 30 lenders on our panel
so we can source you the best deal
Lender in our own right
Provides additional flexiblity
Funding hard and soft assets
Anything you need for your business
22 years of trading
Established in 2000 and privately owned
Case Study | Packaging Automation
Jason Turner, specialist Account Manager at Reality Finance arranged the finance on behalf of the company:
“Our customer needed to increase production quickly and we were keen to support them with getting the required kit into place. With the Packaging Automation supplied machine and our support with the funding, they were able to double their production line immediately”.
Supporting a Fast-Growing Food Manufacturer
Reality Finance have recently worked with Packaging Automation to support a Yorkshire-based manufacturer of specialist gluten and dairy-free food products. This company was producing over 20 million meals a year for major supermarkets and food outlets and was in demand to produce more of their product.
With the new factory set up and running, and with the brand growing, orders from leading supermarket chains continued to increase. The production line was struggling to keep up with the demand, with the company having to turn away new orders, stopping the business from growing further.
The company recognized that to increase its production volume, it would need to invest in specialist machinery including an additional packaging and production line – a significant capital investment. With immediate cash reserves allocated to other areas of the business, the company needed an alternative method of funding its new equipment.
Reality Finance was able to put together a monthly payment solution, enabling the company to spread the cost of its investment over a 5-year period. The purchase was an Eclipse SL4 Atmospheric Heat-Sealing Machine Installation as well as spare parts, accessories, and delivery, supplied by Packaging Automation.
This new equipment was delivered and installed within weeks of the initial order, meaning the manufacturer could increase their production and meet the demands of their suppliers.