Accounts Receivable Financing – Accounts receivable financing offers a business the chance to sell unpaid invoices at a discount in exchange for fast cash.
Asset-Based Lending – Typically structured as a revolving line of credit this type of loan allows a business to borrow against their financial assets.
Bridge Loans – Bridge loans are short-term loans that the applicant can use until they secure a more permanent form of financing.
Business Line of Credit – Revolving lines of credit that fund general needs for working capital including accounts receivable and inventory.
Commercial Real Estate Loans – As a business owner, you know just how important your physical space is to your company’s overall success. Whether you’re just starting out in your business endeavor or are hoping to expand from your company’s current location, a commercial real estate loan can get you the funding you need to purchase your ideal property.
Debtor-in-Possession (DIP) Financing – This type of loan is for business’s operating under the Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It allows the company to retain control of its assets through the restructuring period.
Equipment Financing – An equipment financing loan can be used for the purchase of almost any type of business related equipment. The amount available will depend on the type of equipment being purchasing.
Invoice Factoring – Invoice factoring provides the cash you need to keep your company afloat by relying on your unpaid invoices as collateral.
Small Business Loans – As a small business owner, you have a lot of goals and dreams about the future of your business. Whether you’re opening up a new restaurant, launching an online business, or selling manufactured goods, you need funds to make those dreams come true. And that’s where small business loans come into play.
Term Loans – Receive a lump sum up front, and pay it back with regular payments spanning a set period of time.
Working Capital Loan – A working capital loan can cover everyday expenses for you, allowing you to use your cash flow to invest in more expensive, long-term assets and sustain yourself through cycles of slow business.
Additional types of business loans are available, please contact us to learn more.
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