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What Is A Merchant Cash Advance & How Do They Work?

A merchant cash advance is a sales agreement where the merchant (the “seller”) is selling their future revenue at a discount to the merchant cash advance company (the “buyer”). Because merchant cash advances are sales agreements, they generally aren’t covered by usury laws that govern loans. This is where they get their dubious reputation. The effective APRs of merchant cash advances can easily crawl into the triple digits.

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Nov 20, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans, Merchant Cash Advance 5

What Is A Loan-To-Value Ratio (LTV)?

If you’re investigating hard money loans, a type of private lending used to purchase or upgrade real estate, you’ve probably come across an unfamiliar acronym: LTV. We’ll take a look at what LTV is and the role it plays in lending. What Is A Loan-To-Value Ratio? LTV stands for Loan-To-Value ratio. While it plays a […]

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Jan 9, 2020 Filed under: Business Loans 0

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