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Three Types of Loans to Consider if You Don’t Have Collateral

In the eyes of any lender, there’s always some risk for any type of loan. Even though there are strict guidelines and requirements, having collateral to secure one is perhaps the most important requirements from a financial institution. Having collateral pretty much guarantees the loan for both parties involved. From a borrower’s point of view,…

Posted on: February 1st 9:30 am

Three Disadvantages of Bootstrapping a Business

Let’s be honest. No business owner – no matter the size of an operation – likes the debt of a bank loan or being somewhat dependant on private investors. The demands of monthly payments, managing or renegotiating loan terms, and meeting demands of investors are just some of the challenges. Nonetheless, according to finder.com, upwards…

Posted on: December 7th 9:30 am

Consider These Three Common Loans for Your Small Business

Commercial construction loans, apartment building loans, SBA bridge loans, or short-term business loans, are just a few of types of specific funding for various small to medium-size business. Regardless of the loan type, however, it can sometimes be challenging to get approved for one. As a bank, financial institution, or direct lender conducts due diligence…

Posted on: October 5th 9:30 am

Is a Kiva Loan Right for Your Small Business During Covid-19?

As of mid-May, the Covid-19 outbreak in the United States was surpassing 1.41 million cases and many industries were at a standstill or apprehensively opening their doors under State jurisdictions. Since the start of the pandemic, a series of financial relief programs were made available to small businesses including the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan…

Posted on: August 3rd 9:30 am

Understanding the Basics of Apartment Building Loans

Whether you’re interested in purchasing an apartment building or require additional funding for exterior/interior upgrades to an existing one, there are specific loans available for apartment buildings and similar commercial properties from many financial institutions. Aside from going into pocket (if it’s available), there are several types of these loans available. A simple online search…

Posted on: June 1st 9:30 am

SBA Revises Disaster Loan Process for Small Businesses during Virus Outbreak

In the wake of the U.S. Federal Government’s announcement of distributing $50 billion in low-interest Disaster Assistance Loans through the SBA to offsetrecent challenges, the SBA revisited its loan processes to provide a more efficient means of getting funding approved and in the hands of borrowers. Available for small businesses and non-profits, this is positive…

Posted on: April 6th 9:30 am

Government-Assisted Loans: Is There Such a Thing?

While the Federal U.S. Government doesn’t dole out grants for startups or businesses looking to expand operations, it does provide many loan programs to provide support if you want to start your own business or wish to further grow your existing one. For example, if your business is having difficulties qualifying for a traditional small…

Posted on: March 16th 9:30 am

Four Combined Tips to Secure a Loan for your Business

Contrary to popular belief, traditional banks and other financial lenders want to do business with your company. Yet, receiving a business loan and actually getting one approved are, unfortunately, two different mindsets. So, as a small business, (or any type of business for that matter) what is required to get the funding your business needs?…

Posted on: March 2nd 9:30 am

Understanding the Basics of Commercial Construction Loans

Renovations or new construction projects from the ground up can run hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of dollars. Short of having a bottomless bank account or a handful of investors with deep pockets, commercial construction loans are available to potentially meet your expansion or renovation project. Different from say, a commercial mortgage…

Posted on: February 17th 9:30 am

Three Things You Should Know about Business Lines of Credit

A business line of credit is one of the more popular forms of accessing revenue to obtain cash flow concerns, purchase new equipment, or simply ramp up production to meet consumer demand for your business. Short term business loans, SBA loans, merchant cash advances (or any one of the several types of loans available) are…

Posted on: February 3rd 9:30 am

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