What is Vendor Financing?
Vendor financing is lending to a customer.
How Does Vendor Financing Work?
Let’s say you plan to purchase inventory from Company XYZ for $2 million. You only have $200,000 in cash and want to pay Company XYZ over time for the rest. Company XYZ offers to lend you $1.8 million at 5% interest to make the rest of the purchase. In many cases, the vendor might require collateral (i.e., the inventory or a claim on your cash accounts, for example) to ensure that you pay.
Why Does Vendor Financing Matter?
Vendor financing is a great way to acquire vendor's perspective, it may not be paid for a right away, but receiving the over time is often better than not receiving it at all (plus, they receive interest on the ). When vendors are selling high-price items such as cars to auto dealers or medical equipment to hospitals, vendor financing becomes a crucial advantage., but it usually requires a solid relationship between the buyer and seller. From the
In some cases, new buyers are especially dependent on vendor financing if they cannot qualify for bank or other financing to acquire .
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