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Where is your business going? The right business loan will help you get there – but there are a lot of options out there, and like many busy companies you may not have the time to search through every lender to find the best terms. Don't settle for a hasty financing decision you might regret later: Get the loan made for your situation, and let Loanry help you quickly compare your options. Simply give us a few important details, and we'll connect you with our network of lenders to help you find the best (and most affordable) financing.
While your industry may feel challenging at the moment, small businesses continue to gain influence and presence across the economy – more people than ever are starting companies or trying to join current small businesses. Some of the latest data shows that small businesses are adding more net new jobs to the economy (compared with large companies), and that particularly small companies with fewer than 50 employees are responsible for most of the growth. Startup rates, after struggling through the recession, are also beginning to recover. Make no mistake, it's a small business world out there – and that's good news for financing.
Small companies – those with fewer than 500 employees – have represented 40 percent of new jobs created in the past 20 years. They are a vital source innovation, economic growth, and income throughout the country. However, those same business owners are also struggling with growth. According to the Small Business Administration, new establishments have been starting off smaller and staying smaller than average, even for companies that have been running for five years or more. Why is the growth rate dropping among entrepreneurial businesses? For many business owners, a big problem is a lack of capital. That's why we're working to make things easy again.
More choices are always a good thing, right? If you just started your search for the right business financing, you may not be too sure: Should you begin with peer-to-peer lending? Should you try for a traditional bank loan or an SBA loan with lower risk? Would a line of credit be better than equipment financing for your current asset purchases? With so many questions like these, it's understandable to be overwhelmed by the loan options available. That's why we'll help you understand what loans are available and classify them the smart way, so you can quickly narrow the search down the best options. We're making the power of choice a good thing again!
Did you know that the sector you operate in could make a significant difference on how successful your financing search is? Lenders often to treat different industries in different ways, based on assumptions about risk and success. If you are try to get a loan for the household sector, approval rates are very high and your chance of getting a traditional loan is good. But if you are starting a transportation company, then know that lenders aren't used to approving many loans in this sector, and may take a much closer look at your business plan and financial documents: Prepare accordingly – oh, and let us help out.
Startup funding is one of the most intimidating steps for new entrepreneurs who are trying to launch a business. Not everyone has friends who can help out or angel investors who drop from the sky to fund new ventures. Where do most startups turn after they tap into personal savings? According to surveys, the answer is 1)credit cards and 2)microloan financing. Those options may work for certain industries, but that path could be a risky move for others. We can help you explore your startup financing options and find the right type of lender, so that your credit decisions are the best for your business.
Don't worry. We know those terms like "alternative financing" and "nontraditional loans" raise warning bells for many entrepreneurs who are wary of predatory lending or asking their friends for yet another cash infusion. That's not what we're talking about. Alternative financing options are more unique arrangements that can be found when companies didn't qualify for the first loan they had in mind, or when businesses are interested in smaller, more flexible type of loan than traditional offerings. If you can relate to these situations, then Loanry can help you find those unique programs and forward-thinking lenders that are willing to work with your company so you get the funds you need.
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