Small Business Financing
Accounts Receivable Financing – Your account receivables are purchased at a small discount, and you get cash now.
Asset-Based Lines of Credit – A line of credit secured by a company’s assets, such as account receivables and inventory.
Bridge and Hard Money Loans – Get loans from private lenders based primarily on the hard asset value (commercial building, vacant land, etc.)
Business Term Loans – Loans structured in 3 to 5 year payback schedules and may be used for equipment purchases, fixes assets, or working capital needs.
Church Real Estate Financing – Financing that specifically for churches that wish to refinance, purchase, or construct the real estate.
Commercial Real-Estate Financing – Secure a loan that is made using real estate as collateral in order to guarantee repayment.
Consumer Financing Program – Financing that allows the business to sell more goods and services to customers who don’t have the cash now.
Contract Financing – Acquire financing based on existing or new service agreements, warehouse agreements, distribution agreements, and federal contracts.
Distressed Note Acquisitions – Investors buy up distressed notes on commercial properties for pennies on the dollar from people who want out of the loan.
Energy & Commodity Finance – Financing any company that is related to oil and gas exploration, commodities such as electricity or natural gas or oil, etc.
Equipment Leasing – Contract for a fixed period of time in exchange for payments, usually in the form of rent for equipment.
Equity Financing – Raising capital for company activities by selling common or preferred stock to individual or institutional investors.
Franchise Financing – Obtain specialized financing reserved for the franchisees of recognized, typically nationally known, franchises.
Health Care and Medical Financing – Turn medical receivables into immediate cash by converting receivables into liquid funds.
Inventory Financing – Line of credit secured by the company’s inventory.
Joint Venture Capital – Partnership where the parties that enter a joint venture agreement share in the losses and profits of a specific project or venture.
Merchant Cash Advance – Get up to a $600,000 advance against regular occurring monthly merchant credit receipts.
Mergers and Business Acquisitions – Use debt and/or equity financing to execute bringing two businesses together as one entity.
Mobilization Financing – Combination of factoring and purchase order financing without specific goods acting as security.
Mezzanine Financing – Debt capital that gives the lender the rights to convert to an ownership or equity interest in the company if the loan is not paid back in time and in full.
Purchase Order and Trade Finance – Get loans on the written order to purchase goods at a stipulated price with an agreed to delivery date.
Private Equity and Joint Venture – Bring on a private investor or partner to finance a project or business in exchange for equity.
Sale-Leaseback Financing – Turn assets like machinery, building and equipment into cash by selling and leasing it back.
SBA Loan Program – Secure a loan from private-sector lenders (banks, etc.) which are guaranteed by the SBA.
Structured Settlement & Annuity Financing – Turn money currently being paid to on a monthly basis for law settlements, insurance settlements, cell tower leases, lottery winners, etc. into immediate cash flow or working capital.
Unsecured Business Lines of Credit – Get approved for financing with little to no collateral based cash flow.
Used Aircraft Financing – Specialized lender that has a specific program to finance used and older air crafts consisting of planes, jets and helicopters.
Venture Capital Financing – Private equity capital typically provided for early-stage, high-potential growth companies in the interest of generating an eventual return through from IPO or sale of the company.
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