Business owners seeking financing often turn to the same sources, including banks, credit cards and loans from friends and family. Unfortunately, these options can hinder a business before it even has a chance to flourish.
In today’s economic world, it’s that much harder to receive the financing your business needs from traditional lenders like banks, and those who do qualify may find they’re dealing with stringent loan terms and uncompromising repayment conditions.
Meanwhile, credit cards may provide owners with the small business financing they require in the short term, but they also often come with high interest rates that can drive up debt and lead to major financial headaches down the line.
Finally, while friends and family can often be counted on to support a business endeavor, mixing money and personal relationships is often a recipe for disaster. What’s more, the chances of relatives and personal friends having enough money to loan for business financing are slim to none.
Fortunately, there is still a wealth of options for business financing available to owners across the country.
At Crestmont Capital, we understand no two businesses or business owners are alike and that’s why we look at each scenario individually to ensure that our clients get the financing that fits with their businesses goals and needs. By looking at each business on an individual basis, we are able to approve many more business owners than our competition.
We can provide funding programs for business owners with bad credit history, newer businesses and those businesses that perform well but can’t show it with financial statements. Our financing terms can range from 3 months to 10 years! With our common sense process, we approve a large percentage of our applications and are able to our clients significantly more capital. It only takes a few seconds to apply and less than 24hrs for approval.
Small business loans provide your business with the cash it needs to expand, increase or replace inventory, advertise, consolidate debt, or even pay taxes. We do not offer “one-size-fits-all” lending. We work with you to make sure you understand all your options and help you to choose a loan that makes sense for your business.