Borrow Against Fine Art & Paintings

Capital Release provides loans against your fine art. From Andy Warhol to Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso to Jackson Pollock, Frida Kahlo to Henri Matisse, artworks have fetched up to millions at auction. If you need to raise cash fast; don’t want to get a high street loan, or maybe you have bad credit, we can help. All loans are fast, secure and there are no credit checks. We have representatives across London and the United Kingdom. Our trusted experts will assess your art and offer you a cash loan based on its current market value.

We provide loans against a wide range of artists and sculptures and will assess your item based on its current market value.

Loans Against Art Nationwide

We have a highly experienced team of specialists who are experts in the appraisal of all original works of art. Our expert team has a vast knowledge of the current market values.

 

CAPITAL RELEASE SHORT-TERM FINANCING FOR YOUR ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART

If you accept the offer, funds are then transferred into your bank account once our due diligence checks are completed, the assets are securely stored and the loan contract is signed. The loan term is for 6 months and can be renewed.

Should you redeem the loan before the end of the loan term there are no early redemption fees and no early exit fees other than our minimum period of 28 days.

Capital Release will only charge interest for the period of which the loan is outstanding.  So should you decide to pay off the loan within 90 days, you only pay the interest for this period. Our interest is charged daily. It really is a fast easy way to get a cash loan against your art.

Your items are securely stored until the loan is repaid in full, payable anytime, after which your item(s) will be returned to you.

We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

By entering into a loan with Capital-Release you will agree to repay (at the end of the contract term) the capital and interest set out in the documentation provided to you which you should read carefully.  Pledged assets are security for the loan and are at risk of disposal if you do not redeem them at the end of the contract term.