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Take a look at our picks for the best small business loans for cash flow issues, business expansion, debt consolidation, bank financing, and other common business financing needs.
What Is A Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) & Is A CDFI Loan Right For My Small Business?
Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) are a low-cost way for small businesses and nonprofits to access financing. Find out if a CDFI loan is a viable option for your business or organization, and where to find an institution, in this article.
The following lenders will work with you even if you have bad credit — and they won’t take advantage of you.
Declined for a PayPal Working Capital loan but still need funds for your business? Check out this roundup of the lenders most similar to PayPal Working Capital, both in terms of the loan products offered and the business requirements necessary to qualify for a loan.
Learn about the best small business loan options for franchisees, whether you need funding to open a franchise, purchase an existing franchise, or keep your franchise business functioning optimally.
House flipping might not be as easy as it looks on TV, but it can be a satisfying and lucrative business opportunity. Find out what steps you have to take to start your own house flipping business in this guide.
If you can’t afford restaurant equipment up-front, an equipment lease is a great way to get the appliances you need. Find out how restaurant equipment financing works and check out some of our favorite lessors in this article.
Minority-owned small businesses statistically have a harder time getting financing, especially if the owner has poor credit. Improve your chances by using one of these minority-friendly loan programs.
An SBA 7(a) Loan is a finance option offered to small businesses, backed (or guaranteed) by the Small Business Administration to reduce the risk involved on the part of the lender. 7(a) products are intended for businesses that may be unable to procure other, more traditional, loans. The loan guarantee provided by the SBA gives business owners a chance to fund their small business needs.