Flat Fee or Fixed Fee Lending Business: 10-Year Financial Model

 This type of lending business was spawned from the original lending business financial model I did awhile back. The difference in this kind of business model is that a fixed percentage or 'fee' is charged based on the total amount borrowed. There is no monthly interest or compounding interest. Also, this kind of endeavor is usually funded with leverage that is lower cost than the flat fee being collected from customers and usually the difference is substantial as that is where the margin is made.

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After purchase, the template will be sent to the PayPal/Purchasing e-mail. This is included in the industry-specific financial model bundle and the lending bundle (see at bottom of page).

I put up to four loan configuration options in and even though each loan has the same mechanics in the way it works (they are all flat-fee based), you can adjust them based on the various general terms you will be offering. 

Each loan configuration allows the user to adjust the following over 10 years:

  • Loans settled per month
  • Average loan amount
  • Flat fee charged (percentage)
  • Loan Term (in months)
Also, you can have the various configurations start at different months if so desired. If this is a large operation that plans to scale, there are ratios for required customer service reps and sales reps based on the total loans settled and in existence at any given month. This can be configured in terms of the count of loans in each of the four configurations.

A separate schedule exists to account for fixed expenses with plenty of slots and other variable expenses as a direct percentage of revenue and/or an amount per loan count per type as well as a fixed amount of cost of goods sold if needed. Other initial startup costs can be entered if not accounted for elsewhere in their own schedule.

One of the main components of a flat fee lending model is the idea that generally all initial fees are recycled back into lending out more money and often times leverage is used in order to boost IRR and lower the amount of capital needed to start. All of these dynamics can be toggled and accounted for.

Features:
  • 10-year time frame
  • Toggle (yes/no) if the loans are all repaid at the end of the term along with the fee or if the total fee and principal are evenly repaid back over the term.
  • Toggle (yes/no) if the capital requirements to originate the loans is sourced from senior debt / other leverage that has a regular APR that is charged on the balance each month or not. If not, then the cash required will flow to the minimum equity requirement of the project.
  • At exit month, define the multiple at which the loans receivables can be sold at and any remaining leverage balance is assumed to be repaid in full.
  • Monthly and annual Profit / Loss detail where all granularities are visible.
  • DCF Analysis (project level and investor / operator level.
  • Visualizations for consolidated and for metrics regarding each of the four loan configurations.
  • Annual Executive Summary to easily see high level financial line items and cash flow
Lending Model Bundle $320 Value:
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Screenshots of Template:
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scaling customer service reps

scaling sales reps

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flat fee lending DCF Analysis

flat fee executive summary

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