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Asset-Based Lending

Inventory Finance

Yes, We Do Inventory Financing:

  • Advance rates up to 70% of inventory cost and 60% of equipment value
  • Credit lines ranging from $100,000 to $4,000,000
  • Nationwide sales, underwriting and funding capabilities

Inventory finance loans give businesses a cash advance on existing inventory. They may be typically used in combination with accounts receivable financing and are particularly convenient for those who need to keep some capital free for expansion or other investments.

Inventory advances are normally 50% of the cost of goods and are often limited to a percentage of the accounts receivable advance. Qualified inventory is frequently limited to finished goods that are sold and distributed a few times a year.

Accounts Receivable Finance

This method of financing is really a lot like a line a credit from your standard bank which has a few important differences. Usually the one is that the amount of money that the organization is able to borrow is largely based on a amount of the total assets under consideration.

Usually, Asset Based Loan providers lend 80% to 90% on receivables. There is certainly still a credit facility limit, nevertheless, the company has to have the eligible collateral to help the borrowing. Generally in most asset-based situations the lender has control of the collections and the connection can be either disclosed or non-disclosed. There are usually loan covenants with this type of financing.

Equipment Finance

Equipment finance enables your company to buy the equipment, software, and furniture it takes to operate efficiently and make a profit. Leasing is a typical form of equipment finance that will not tie up cash, receivables, credit cards, or bank lines.

Real Estate Finance

Commercial real estate developers and investors use this sort of financing for everything from redesigning a property to acquiring land. Additionally, it covers re-leasing buildings and selling upgraded lots.