Business Loan Types

  • 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.
  • 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 and Leasing – 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.
  • Purchase Order Financing – A type of commercial financing where a business can use the purchase orders from clients as collateral to receive funding for a pre-ordered project.
  • SBA Loans – The U.S. Small Business Administration offers several loan programs for small businesses in need of financing.
  • Term Loans – Receive a lump sum up front, and pay it back with regular payments spanning a set period of time.
  • Additional loans available, please contact us to learn more

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