HOW IT WORKS

Your Road Map to Funding


SBA Loans

SBA loans are traditional loans you will find at your local bank. These are typically for borrowers with great credit who are seeking to start, acquire or expand a small business. The loan is generally a long-term fixed rate loans for major fixed assets such as land and buildings. 

Cash Advance

A Cash Advance is a discounted, prepaid purchase of future credit card receipts. Businesses receive cash today for their future receivables and pay back through a small percentage of their daily credit card receipts. Payments fluctuate in accordance with the daily revenue.

PAY IT BACK AUTOMATICALLY


We will help set up small daily, weekly, monthly or incremental payments that can be automatically debited from your business checking account or credit card processors. 

GET YOUR FUNDING!


Funds are wired directly into your company's business checking account, typically within 1-2 business days after approved!

​GET APPROVED


Approvals are typically given within 24 hours. Minimal documentation is needed to start the approval process. We'll ask you for a one page application and a few other standard documents. Funding in as little as 48 hours!

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS


You can contact us online or by phone. It only takes a few minutes for a free consultation. We are more interested in business performance than your credit score. Our experienced professionals will have a solution based plan on the best course of action.

A COMPREHENSIVE UNDERSTANDING OF YOUR FUNDING OPTIONS

ACH Funding

Unlike a cash advance this is a set term loan. These are true business loans with tax deductible interest. Funding is based on the aggregate cash flow through the business checking accounts rather than just credit cards. Repayment is made by fixed automated debits (ACH) over a specified period of time.

Mezzanine Financing

Mezzanine lending is generally for those seeking $1 million or greater. This loan is like a second mortgage, except a mezzanine loan is secured by the equity within the company that owns the property, as opposed to the real estate.