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how to qualify for a business loan

How to Qualify for a Business Loan

Just because you apply for a business loan, there’s no guarantee that you’ll get approved for it. According to research cited by Small Business Trends, banks only approve about one-quarter of all small business loan applications. It can be frustrating when you spend time and energy applying for a loan, only for the lender to…

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what are microloans

What are Microloans? How do these Types of Loans Work?

Microloans are a popular funding alternative to traditional bank loans. If you’re struggling to get approved for a bank loan, you may want to consider a microloan. Because they involve smaller amounts, they are typically easier to acquire. For more information on what are microloans and how they work, continue reading. What are Microloans? How…

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what is asset based lending

What is Asset Based Lending?

Asset based lending is a method of funding in which a borrower obtains money or credit by using assets as collateral. Because it’s secured by collateral, it’s easier to obtain than traditional, unsecured loans; thus, making it a popular funding option or entrepreneurs and owners of startup businesses. To learn more about what is asset…

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how does an equipment lease buyback work

How Does an Equipment Lease Buyback Work?

Equipment plays a fundamental role in the success of many companies, especially construction companies. From bulldozers and excavators to forklifts and hydraulic power tools, construction companies rely on equipment such as this to perform their day-to-day operations. Along with the functional benefits it provides, equipment can also be a source of funding via a lease…

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bridge loan vs mezzanine loan

Bridge Loan vs Mezzanine Loan

Bridge loans and mezzanine loans are two common financing options available for small businesses and entrepreneurs. They are both used for short-term financing, offering immediate cash when you need it most. However, there are also some key differences between a bridge loan vs mezzanine loan. So, let’s dive into the differences between these loan types…

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Banks Are Lending Less

Why Banks Are Lending Less

It’s been six years since the financial crisis of 2008, yet banks are still reluctant to lend money. To put the problem into perspective, U.S. business loans of $1 million or less have declined by 13% from 2007 to 2011, and the total amount loaned declined by 19% (inflation taken into account). Banks make their money…

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