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Indoor Trampoline Park Finance & Leasing

Jump Division Trampoline Park in Wigan

Jump Division, Wigan. Read case study

Over the past few years, trampoline parks have become a booming business in the UK. Fuelled by the demand of an increasingly fun-loving and fitness-focused generation (see this video on BBC News about the fitness benefits), and with a working business model from the US, more and more indoor trampoline parks are popping up across the country.

This sector has great returns for anyone looking to invest in the industry. Each centre is always very busy, with bookings in advance, an easy-to-manage premises for staff, and proving to be cash-generating from day one.

We’ve already heard from property developers saying they are getting inundated with requests for new sites.

What can I finance?

Trampoline parks come with a wide variety of equipment, and we can help you get funding for all of the following (and more):

Oxygen Freejumping Trampoline centre in London

Oxygen Freejumping, London. Read case study

  • Trampoline beds (flat and angled)
  • Foam pits
  • Rest zones
  • Junior zones
  • Dodgeball court/Slam-dunk basketball hoops
  • CCTV/Security
  • Sound/DV systems
  • Reception

On top of all of that specialist kit, we can also help you get finance for catering facilities, furniture, HVAC (heating, fans and air conditioning) systems, and anything else your premises needs to get setup.

Can I lease a trampoline?

Yes! Leasing is an incredibly tax-efficient form of financing your trampoline park, which often requires no deposit, with fixed payments over a fixed term, and is 100% tax-deductible. Forget huge capital costs, venture capital, or risking adverse bank loans. Leasing allows you to pay for state-of-the-art indoor trampoline equipment over the period of the kit’s lifespan from your working capital.

"...banks are still wary of lending against health and fitness property."

Ashley Blake, CEO of Otium Real Estate. The Leisure Database Company SOFI Report, 2015


 

Why should I choose Johnson Reed?

Velocity in Widnes, a client of Johnson Reed's trampoline equipment finance

Velocity, Widnes. Read case study

Unlike other lenders, we understand the trampoline industry and its complexities. We can get involved from Day 1, and help advise on the best manufacturers to provide your trampoline or gymnastic equipment. We firmly believe leasing is the best finance solution for acquiring the most up-to-date equipment for your venue, and our expert team are ready to help walk you through the process to set up your new trampoline business!

Much like when the Soft Play sector was new, we are leading the charge on common sense underwriting, and have already helped get funding for many trampoline parks to open in the UK. We have many more applications with credit approvals waiting for D2 planning permission, so we expect this industry to keep growing!

Our work speaks for itself, so check out the case studies of trampoline parks we have helped set up!

Read some of our Indoor Trampoline Park Finance & Leasing case studies

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We can help you get equipment leasing for...

Whether you are looking to finance a single item of equipment or an entire refit of your premises, we promise to react quickly and access our panel of independent funders to get you answer as soon as possible. It doesn't matter to us whether you are an established business or a brand new one, we will do our very best to provide you the same great level of service.

What are the main benefits of equipment leasing?

We offer all forms of finance but we believe the greatest benefits in most situations are offered by leasing, here's why:

  • Increase your profitability — You can conserve your working capital and put it to use in other more profitable ways
  • Help your cash flow — Have the equipment you need now without affecting your companies cash reserves
  • Afford the best quality — Get the very latest equipment, don't cut corners, tomorrows technology today
  • Pay as you use — You can pay for the equipment as its used and spread the cost through its working life, i.e. over three to five years
  • Tax allowable — Rentals are fully tax deductible, so why not take advantage of this?
  • Upgrade equipment — Get the benefit of new equipment by simply upgrading the equipment or extending its current usage
  • Plan your budgets — FD's love to know repayments are fixed
  • Simple direct debit — One rental can include all equipment and ancillary costs i.e. consultancy, installation, training and maintenance
  • Keep your credit lines intact — Leasing does not affect any of your existing credit lines

What are the tax benefits of using leasing?

One of the great things about using leasing for your catering equipment is the tax-efficient way in which you can borrow the equipment. Simply offset the cost of leasing against your tax bill, and at the end of the fixed term you own 100% of the equipment! Due to the nature of leasing, your fixed repayments will mean you can spend your precious cash on other areas of your business.

Find out more about tax-efficient leasing

What is the process for getting leasing?

The process for getting equipment leasing is quite straight-forward, and includes the following steps:

  1. Finalise the kit specification with the client
  2. Johnson Reed will secure the credit from their panel of lenders
  3. Johnson Reed will provide invoicing instructions to the reseller
  4. The paperwork is signed by the client
  5. Delivery is arranged by the equipment reseller
  6. Payment of the invoice is made upon authorisation of satisfactory delivery
  7. The contract begins

Find out more about why you should choose leasing

What if I want to sell this type of equipment?

Concentrating on your core activities and outsourcing other responsibilities to the right specialists can improve your offer to your customers and help you sell more, more often.

We have a proven track record of securing vendor finance for equipment re-sellers, vendors & suppliers in many different sectors.

Find out more about selling equipment with Johnson Reed


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