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Business loans or Commercial Financing includes:

  • Asset based loans, invoice factoring, purchase order advances.
  • Credit card receipt advances, working capital credit lines.
  • Expansion, franchise, inventory, import/export financing.

 

Capital Type Capital Type Definition
Account Receivable Factoring Account receivable factoring serves as collateral for short term working capital loans that you can obtain fast and cost effectively.
Asset Based Loan Seeking to convert a company assets into working capital. Giving a security in an asset(s) in exchange for cash.
Bankruptcy Reorganization Financing  Financing to reorganize in company in a turnaround. Typically secured by assets; equipment, inventory, A/R, PO’s, etc.
Credit Card Receipt Advances Up to a $100,000 advance against regular occurring monthly merchant credit receipts.
Expansion Financing Growth has outpaced existing business. Loan for existing demand. Key here is existing demand, not projected.
Franchise Financing Specialized financing reserved for the franchisees of recognized, typically nationally known, franchises.
Import and Export Loans to promote the shipping or receiving of products or materials. Based on existing market, demand or orders.
Inventory Loan A loan typically made as part of a relationship where the lender will also provide retail financing for the product.
Purchase Order Financing Loans on the written order to purchase goods at a stipulated price with an agreed to delivery date. Credit rating of orderer is key.
Secured Credit Line A pre-arranged amount of credit based upon existing inventory, A/R and PO’s.

 


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