Lending Services

Corporate and Business Working Capital: The Key to Unlocking Your Business Potential

Find secured and unsecured business lines of credit options, term loans, purchase order financing, equipment financing, and more. Use these funds to acquire another business, cover expansion costs, or finance future receivables and inventory.
Loan Amount

$50k – $10M

Loan Term

Up to 36 months

Time to Fund

24-48 hours

A Commercial Line of Credit (LOC) allows you to borrow up to a certain limit and pay interest on only the portion of the money that you borrow – similar to the way a credit card works. You then repay the funds and can continue to draw on the LOC. Our maximum available LOC goes up to $10 Million in credit with payback terms of up to 36 months.

A Term Loan is a short to long-term loan given by banks to a business with intentions of utilizing the funds to meet working capital requirements, asset purchases, expansion, etc. The period and interest of a term loan depend on the type of loan product selected by the business.

With a commercial business acquisition loan, you can begin your small business journey by having access to the funding you need to expand an existing business by buying another one. Additionally, a business acquisition loan can also be used to buy out one or multiple partners in a business you currently own.

Unsecured and Non-Dilutive Capital are alternative working capital solutions for business owners in need of short-term financing who are not able to provide collateral or do not want to give up equity in their business in exchange for funding. The most common version of Unsecured Capital are Merchant Cash Advances (MCAs).

A company can potentially finance up to 100% of new or used equipment needed for a business to operate with equipment financing. Equipment financing usually covers all types of equipment, including computers, printers, and machinery.

Factoring, otherwise known as invoice financing, is an asset-based financing solution that allows companies to free up unpaid invoices. It helps companies put money back by advancing cash collateralized by accounts receivable. Although similar, purchase order financing differs from factoring. With purchase order financing, businesses are given the funds they need to buy various materials to complete a job. This loan type is ideal for companies that need to seize opportunities that their cash flow cannot cover yet.