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What is a Business Loan?

A business loan is specifically intended for business purposes. As with all loans, it involves the creation of a debt, which will be repaid with added interest.

The right business loan can help you get the capital you need to start a new venture, gain access to working capital, expand a current business,  and more. But not all business loans are created equal, and understanding how each type of loan works can give you a better idea of which one is the right fit for you and your business. View Related articles

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What Business Financing Do We Offer?

Here are the business financing options:

  • Small Business Loans
  • Business Line of Credit
  • AR Financing
  • Merchant Cash Advance
  • Asset Based Loans
  • Franchise Financing
  • Fix N Flip Loans
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Startup Funding
  • Startup Toolkip

What are some smart reasons to get a business loan?

Having a specific purpose for taking out a loan can help empower your business.

Reason for business loan.

To expand your business' real estate

Reason for business loan.

To pay for operating expenses

Reason for business loan.

To purchase equipment and inventory

Reason for business loan.

To build business credit for the future

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In addition to the general business owner information, having a best estimate for these factors will increase your chances of getting the best business loan offer.

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Loan Amount

Figure out how much you really need to borrow. Asking for more than you need may decrease your chances of getting an offer.

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Gross Annual Revenue

This information helps the lenders determine the overall performance of your business.

Financial Emergencies

Average Bank Balance

This is for lenders to understand that you have the income and the cash flow to pay back your loan. To estimate this, look at the ending balance in your bank statement for your business.

Financial Emergencies

Provide most recent & year before personal tax returns on selective servies.

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The top questions people ask us

Business loans can range from hundreds of pounds to hundreds of thousands, depending on the type of loan, provider and the circumstances of your business.

The answer to this question is dependent on the kind of loan you choose. With bridging loans, you may make all your repayments within a single year, whereas with commercial mortgages, repayments may be spread across 10 to 25 years. In most cases the longer that you borrow for, the more you will pay in terms of interest, and this is an important factor to be aware of when you are choosing the ideal business loan for your specific circumstances.

A business loan can be used to fund the purchase of new assets, or invest in business development. Companies can use loans to acquire or rent premises and office buildings, vehicle fleets, new equipment for their staff or even to make new hires. Usually, the lender that you approach will consider the reason for your loan, alongside other crucial factors like your ability to repay the amount owed, when deciding whether or not to loan the money.

It's a good idea to choose a loan that is suited to your specific needs in some cases. For instance, you would use a commercial mortgage to purchase property, asset financing to fund the purchase of new tools and equipment, and a Start Up Loan to help you move into the world of entrepreneurship for the first time. This way you're working with repayment plans that cater to your circumstances.

There is more to choosing the right business loan than finding out which lending options are available to you. As with any financial product, it's important to ensure that you are prepared to meet the monthly repayments laid out in your contract. One important point of comparison for business loans is the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) offered by your provider. The APR is the annual cost applied by the lender which takes into account fees and your interest obligations. The APR does not include the repayment of the actual money borrowed.

Additionally, it's worth thinking about the term over which you would like to repay your loan. If you need a long-term loan, then certain loan types will not be appropriate, and vice versa on shorter terms. While examining terms and APRs, remember to ask about what happens to you if you default on repayments, and how you will be able to discuss concerns with your lender.

The documentation and information you will need to successfully apply for a business loan will depend on the type of loan you hope to receive. Usually, it's a good idea to consider your credit history, the outgoing and incoming cash flow of your business, and your ability to make repayments each month. If you feel that you might struggle to make repayments at certain times of the year - perhaps with seasonal market changes, then you might want to think carefully about your ability to access a loan.

The answer to this question depends on various factors, including your business's financial accounts, history, turnover, and cash flow. If you are part of a partnership or are classed as a sole trader, then your personal financial circumstances may need to be considered too.

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Note: These are general business loan FAQs. We also suggest you read the FAQs for the lender company you decide to move forward with.