Working Capital Loan Programs


Sharpline has a wide array of working capital loan programs. Sharpline is an advisory firm with experience and expertise in providing the funding you need for your business. We can advise you on the best loans to provide working capital or growth capital. Sharpline can provide funding from 10K to 50MM. Sharpline has over 20 working capital programs that will fit any credit profile and capital need of any customer. Please take a look at our most widely used programs below.

Business Advantages that Sharpline provides your business:
* With countless direct lending sources, Sharpline Capital will find your business the best working capital program to fund your financial goals.

* Every business loan package is championed by one of Sharpline’s loan advocates, this ensures that your loan package receives the attention it deserves.

* Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who only have their best interests in mind.
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Non-Recourse Factoring

Posted by on Jul 25, 2013 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Non-Recourse Factoring

Unlimited source of financing for your company’s growth Accounts receivables financing, or Factoring, is the purchase of accounts receivable invoices at a discount. If you sell your products or services to businesses that pay in 30, 60, 90 days or more, Sharpline Capital has a liquidity solution for you. We can finance companies that are start-ups, losing money, or in bankruptcy because accounts receivables financing is based on your customer’s credit, not yours. This is not a “debt.” You are selling an asset. But it is more than just an asset sale; it is like outsourcing your accounts receivable department. Factors provide valuable services. They check your customer’s credit for you and notify you of bad risks and they provide detailed monthly statements. Qualifying accounts even get free credit insurance. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Cash in 24 hours No personal guarantees We finance any type of business No recourse even if the account does not pay Credit insurance on your clients at no cost to you No arbitrary loan board decisions No Fixed Payments As sales and receivables increase, funding Increases Focus on your business, not collections Take advantage of early payment or bulk purchase discounts from your suppliers Ability to service large and / or unexpected orders Accounts receivables financing is more flexible and quicker than bank loans Use The Money To… Fund payroll or other operating expenses Purchase inventory to take advantage of bulk/early payment discounts Fund expansion and growth Respond to seasonal demands and opportunities Take on that large new account with confidence Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of accounts receivables financing for your...

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Short Term Business Cash Advance

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Short Term Business Cash Advance

Obtain $5,000-$250,000 short term business cash advance for your business within days! We provide access to an excellent loan program that helps many small businesses obtain cash fast. Whether your business is looking to expand, bulk up inventory, add personnel, buy more equipment or start a new marketing campaign – this program is ideal. With decisions in as fast as 1 business day and funding in as fast as 2 business days, this will expedite any company project. Decisions are based on cash flow and health of the business, not simply credit score. If your company has been in business for over a year with annual revenue of over $150,000 then this special finance program may be the one for you. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Short Term Business Cash Advance Basics: Loan amount: $5,000-$250,000 Simple 1 page application 3-18 month terms Fixed interest and fixed payments Fund in a matter of days Preferred Industries: Automotive Repair Restaurant Physicians Office Beauty Salon Furniture Stores Retailers/General Merchandise Home Health Care Services Plumbing, HVAC Contractors Veterinary Services Sporting Goods Store and many...

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Asset Based Lines of Credit

Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Asset Based Lines of Credit

We have deep industry knowledge and expertise to structure and fund Asset Based Lines of Credit. We have several programs to tailor fit your business’s needs. We have the ability to collateralize your accounts receivables, equipment and inventory to provide a revolving line of credit to fund the growth of your business. We have some of the most competitive rates and terms in the industry. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Preferred industries for asset based lines of credit: Transportation/Freight Services Temporary Staffing IT Consulting Government Contractors Manufacturing Distribution Wholesalers Miscellaneous Service Providers Loan Amounts: $500,000 to $50,000,000 Rates: 4% to 15% Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of asset based lines of credit for your business. What is Asset Based Lines of Credit? In the simplest meaning, asset-based lending is any kind of lending secured by an asset. This means, if the loan is not repaid, the asset is taken. In this sense, a mortgage is an example of an asset-backed loan. More commonly however, the phrase is used to describe lending to business and large corporations using assets not normally used in other loans. Typically, these loans are tied to inventory, accounts receivable, machinery and equipment. Sharpline uses this type of lending when the normal routes of raising funds, such as the capital markets or normal unsecured or mortgage secured bank lending is not possible. This is usually because the company was unable to raise capital in the normal marketplace or needs more immediate capital for project financing needs. Asset based lines of credit are typically used as inventory purchases, mergers, acquisitions and debt...

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Accounts Receivables Financing

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Accounts Receivables Financing

Unlimited source of financing for your company’s growth Accounts receivables financing, or Factoring, is the purchase of accounts receivable invoices at a discount. If you sell your products or services to businesses that pay in 30, 60, 90 days or more, Sharpline Capital has a liquidity solution for you. We can finance companies that are start-ups, losing money, or in bankruptcy because accounts receivables financing is based on your customer’s credit, not yours. This is not a “debt.” You are selling an asset. But it is more than just an asset sale; it is like outsourcing your accounts receivable department. Factors provide valuable services. They check your customer’s credit for you and notify you of bad risks and they provide detailed monthly statements. Qualifying accounts even get free credit insurance. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Cash in 24 hours No personal guarantees We finance any type of business No recourse even if the account does not pay Credit insurance on your clients at no cost to you No arbitrary loan board decisions No Fixed Payments As sales and receivables increase, funding Increases Focus on your business, not collections Take advantage of early payment or bulk purchase discounts from your suppliers Ability to service large and / or unexpected orders Accounts receivables financing is more flexible and quicker than bank loans Use The Money To… Fund payroll or other operating expenses Purchase inventory to take advantage of bulk/early payment discounts Fund expansion and growth Respond to seasonal demands and opportunities Take on that large new account with confidence Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of accounts receivables financing for your...

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Commercial Contract Finance

Posted by on Jan 25, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Commercial Contract Finance

Sharpline Capital has a very unique contract finance program that is far less expensive then equity and provides for a more sensible solution for any business that may qualify for this product. Our approach allows you to acquire the maximum cash from your contract now by simply (monetizing) your contract that you either already have in place or are in negotiations with. We custom tailor each transaction catering to our client’s needs. This enables you to access the money you need from your sales immediately, instead of having to wait and receive payment incrementally over the life of the contract. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Contract Finance Highlights: Minimum deals size $1,000,000 Customer investment grade or near investment Service Contract must have a component of equipment This program is not for ongoing service maintenance contracts Great for startup or emerging growing companies Industries where our products works best: Any Break Through Technology or Process Technology Computer System/Software Development Digital Broadcasting Waste Management Water Purification Recycling Medical Retail Communications Entertainment Banking Food Processing Education Municipal And many others. Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of contract finance for your...

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Commercial Equipment Leasing

Posted by on Jan 24, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Commercial Equipment Leasing

Sharpline Capital can finance almost any type of business related equipment. Approvals for application only in 24 hours. Middle market and large ticket financing usually take 3-5 days. Up to 84 months to repay with excellent rates. These programs are for companies that have been in business for two years or more. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Types of Industries Sharpline Serves Medical Equipment Resturant Equipment Office Equipment Lab Equipment Construction Equipment Types of Leases Sharpline Offers Application up to $150,000. No financial statements necessary. Middle market financing up to $500,000 Large ticket over $500,000 Little or no down payment Numerous payment structures Sale & Lease Back Many companies need working capital for expansion and do not want to use their bank lines for working capital. We have a program that uses the equity in your existing equipment to give your company the working capital it needs. We buy your equipment and lease it back to you and when all the payments are made you own the equipment again. Startup Program Most financial institutions will not finance companies that are just going into business. If your company has just started in business, or has been in business for only a short time, usually less than two years, we can help you grow by financing the equipment you need to be successful. B, C and D Credits In these tough economic times many businesses have suffered financially. Additionally, the owners of these companies have seriously damaged their personal credit. We have developed a “second chance” program to help these companies. We can structure your financial needs to help you rebuild your company. Government and Municipal Leasing We can provide lease financing to any government or municipal entity with guaranteed approval. The rate is determined by the rating of the municipality or government agency. A partial list of who we finance is listed below: Federal Government Agencies Armed Services State Agencies Public Schools Police Department Fire Houses Libraries The above list is only an example of what we can finance. We can finance any state or federally controlled entity. Please contact us, so one of our finance specialists can discuss your specific needs and determine how we can arrange the financing your company requires. Why Lease? Leasing is the right choice! Leasing is one of the fastest growing ways of acquiring equipment in business today. Recent surveys found that 80% of U.S. businesses, from Fortune 500 to the local family business, lease some portion of their equipment. A growing business often faces the dilemma of limited cash flow and the need to add equipment. Leasing can put the equipment to work for you with real cash flow advantages and without major capital investment. We can lease virtually any type of equipment, including software and installation. Low monthly payments The monthly lease payment will usually be lower than the payment required by other methods of financing. No need to tie up capital Keep your business’ cash for future needs, unexpected expenses or working capital when revenues are low. You can always lease equipment – you can’t lease money! Most types of financing require down payments of up to 25%,...

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Commercial Project Financing

Posted by on Jan 23, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Commercial Project Financing

These days it takes the right team to properly structure the right commercial project financing for comapnies from $1,000,000 to $50,000,000 or more. We offer comprehensive solutions to commercial project financing needs that are often unavailable to banks or traditional commercial channels. Our team has the experience and access to funding to successfully analyze and fund your project. We can cater to your unique circumstances and can structure financing very creatively based on assets, experience, projections, and the unique aspects to your project. Our capital partners provide a virtually limitless funding capacity. Whether your project is 1 million dollars or 100 million dollars, we have the resources to properly structure and fund your deal. Commercial Project Financing includes: Venture Capital Energy & Commodity Financing Equity Financing Mezzanine Financing Debt Financing Mobilization Financing Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of commercial project financing for your...

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Franchise Financing

Posted by on Jan 21, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Startup Capital Loans, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Franchise Financing

When it comes to franchise financing, there is no better advisory firm than Sharpline to obtain franchise financing. No matter if you’re a first time owner, or have multiple locations, we have the ability to get the financing you need from $150,000 to over $1,000,000. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. We offer a variety of franchise financing options for purchasing real estate or equipment, new construction or remodels, acquisitions, or refinancing. We offer a fast pre-qualification process for your franchise loan and never, ever waste your time. Our Franchise Financing program includes: Up to 90% LTV Extra cash for Working Capital Rates as low as 6% Fast closing and commitments First time owners Up to 25 year terms No Pre-Payment Penalties Where to Start Establishing a strong business plan and model as well as understanding the franchise brand are essential before you are ready to work with lenders on the financing. Reviewing the brands franchise disclosure document (FDD), speaking with existing franchisees and financial professionals, in conjunction with support from the franchisor, will help you formulate your business plan and build financial projections. Outlining your management and marketing skills, past successes and future goals by including resumes for yourself, planned partners and other employees will allow all parties involved, from the franchisor to lenders, to understand the strengths of the ownership and management team. Personal credit history and financial strength will also play an important role in opening a franchise business. Here are a few ways to finance your new franchise: Traditional Financing You can attempt to obtain a loan from a bank. You must have a good credit rating, some liquid capital available, and a strong business plan, as banks tend to be conservative in who they award business loans. Also with the state of the economy economy today, bank are pulling back on lending. With that said, bank interest rates tend to be competitive. SBA-Backed Franchise Financing Sharpline offers SBA-backed loans. These extremely popular business loans can be obtained by many individuals who do not qualify for traditional financing options. Contact our SBA loan consultant at 888-384-1366. Investing Your Retirement Funds in a Business There are several innovative companies that will roll your 401K or other retirement plan into a business loan. There are no penalties associated with this type of retirement fund conversion. This type of loan enables you to invest in a business without mortgaging your home or using your property as collateral. Home Equity or 2nd Mortgages If you feel comfortable and confident in your decision to purchase a business and own enough of your home to take out a home equity line of credit or second mortgage, this option can be a simple way to obtain the necessary cash to finance a business. You will not need a business plan to obtain this type of funding. Other Sources of Non-Traditional Franchise Financing With the popularity of business ownership increasing, there are more and more financing options available to meet your needs and preferences. For example, with solid credit, Sharpline may be able to obtain an unsecured business credit line based on your personal credit and not your experience as well...

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Health Care and Medical Financing

Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Health Care and Medical Financing

We provide loans to doctors, dentists, chiropractors and veterinarians. Sharpline’s medical financing option can offer your practice working capital, debt consolidation, equipment financing, expansion loans, improvement loans and practice acquisition loans. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Working Capital Sharpline provides medical financing practice loans to medical professionals to use as they see fit to enhance the practice. Terms to 72 months with no upfront payments and the loan is not reported on the personal credit bureau. The proceeds of these loans can be used for almost any purpose. Personal Needs Debt Consolidation Practice Expansion Application Only to $75,000. Full Financials up to $250,000. Medical Equipment Leasing Choose from a number of payment options and include up to 50% for soft costs. We can arrange for a lease and a loan at the same time. Practice Acquisitions Medical financing is the perfect option for the Health care Professional looking for exponential growth. Whether buying into a practice, or just buying out a current partner, Sharpline Capital has the capital to meet your growth needs. One Hundred Percent Financing offered to all qualified medical professionals. Debt Consolidation We have the resources to refinance your debt in to one low monthly payment. We can approve you in 24 hours and in a week’s time, pay off your total debt. Don’t let revolving debt take over your practice. Sharpline Capital is highly experienced in providing solutions to your capital needs. Please contact us today at 888-384-1366, for a no obligation analysis of how medical financing can help your thriving...

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Merchant Cash Advance

Posted by on Jan 17, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Merchant Cash Advance

We can provide your business with a merchant cash advance against its merchant account of up to $200,000 per business location. An alternative to a small business loan, these funds against all future credit card sales (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, etc.) are typically available within 7 days or less. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Use the money how ever you see fit: inventory, expansion, advertising and more. Merchant Cash Advance Benefits include: No Application Fee No Closing Costs No Fixed Payments No Equity Loss Easy Payback Get on track today to provide your business the cash it needs to grow and operate. Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of a merchant cash advance laon for your business. What is a merchant cash advance? A Merchant Cash Advance is a lump sum payment to a business in exchange for an agreed upon percentage of future credit card and/or debit card sales. Sharpline Capital will provide funds to businesses in exchange for a percentage of the businesses daily credit card income, directly from the processor that clears and settles the credit card payment. A company’s remittances are drawn from customers’ debit- and credit-card purchases on a daily basis until the obligation has been met. Sharpline has formed partnerships with card-payment processors and take payments directly from a business owner’s card-swipe...

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Mergers and Business Acquisition Loans

Posted by on Jan 16, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Small Business Administration Loans, Startup Capital Loans, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Mergers and Business Acquisition Loans

Let Sharpline Capital’s experience be the guiding light for your business acquisition loans. We conduct an in-depth analysis of the business that is being acquired, so we can then leverage the existing assets of the business to structure the right business acquisition loan for your business. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of how a business acquisition loan might benefit your company. 3 Tips for Executing a Successful Acquisition Every acquisition is different; each comes with its own set of challenges. But the principle is the same—two companies with separate ownership unite and operate under the same roof to obtain some strategic or financial goal. With so many potential deal structures out there and the valuation of a target company so tricky, acquiring a business is less science and more of an art. 1. Developing a Plan. Why are you doing this? What are your specific objectives? Where are these target companies—domestically or internally? How will you finance the deal? What are the value-added efficiencies and cost savings that will result from the proposed transaction? How will you choose target companies to buy? You will need to draft an acquisition plan that includes objectives, relevant industry trends, method for generating deal flow, criteria for evaluating target companies, and a timetable for deal completion. 2. Pricing the Deal. No one valuation method will answer the real question which is what is this business actually worth? Value is in the eye of the beholder. Generally speaking, market value is one indicator. Other price factors are capitalization of earnings, discounted cash flow, and net return of assets or equity. But you also want to consider strategic value, meaning, what is the projected earnings stream under the proposed new ownership. Look at assets such as customer lists, brands, intellectual property, and licenses. You want to buy at a reasonable price. You want to get as much as the business is worth to the buyer, says Sherman. You have to do a good job at not only understanding the financials of a business you are going to acquire. “It is also absolutely critical that you look at the culture of the targeted company and how it may or may not mesh with your own culture,” says Butler. “One of the main reasons that acquisitions sometimes fail is that culture of the seller is very different than the culture of the buyer.” 3. Financing the Acquisition. Since each transaction is unique the structure will vary with a wide number of options available for financing the deal from equity financing to a layered transaction with multiple layers of debt and equity. Overall the key factors that affect a structure are the size and complexity of the transaction, the buyer’s cash position, the terms of the purchase price, and market...

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Private Equity Capital / Joint Venture Capital

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Private Equity Capital / Joint Venture Capital

Sharpline Capital has had remarkable success helping companies introduce Private Equity capital or Joint Venture capital into their businesses. With our numerous strategic alliances and expertise in the private investment arena, Sharpline Capital can provide a broad investment mandate, including recapitalizations, management buyouts, corporate divestitures, leverage buyouts, and growth capital and can pursue quality investments in all industries. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Some of the points that our firms look for in a potential investment: Strong management team Significant growth potential Ability to create value Ability to generate cash A clearly defined exit strategy Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of private equity capital for your...

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Purchase Order Finance

Posted by on Jan 14, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Purchase Order Finance

Sharpline provides purchase order finance for the import and export, or domestic production of pre-sold merchandise. Often, a company’s greatest challenge is not sales or production, but simply locating the financing to procure pre-sold merchandise. Our areas of expertise include production finance for work in process and letters of credit for trade finance, including import and export transactions as well as domestic trade purchases. If you are a producer, distributor, wholesaler or reseller of manufactured products, we can help you. Even if you are a start-up, have poor cash flow, or little access to capital we can help. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. The Benefits of Purchase Order Finance include the following: Allows companies to grow without increased bank debt or selling equity Helps ensure timely deliveries to customers Increases market share Allows companies to make larger profits by fulfilling larger orders Fast flexible funding Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of purchase order finance for your company. What is Purchase Order Financing Purchase order financing (or PO Funding) is a short-term commercial finance option that provides capital to pay suppliers upfront so your company doesn’t have to deplete cash reserves. Here is a representative scenario: A business has a solid purchase order ready to fulfill, but not the funds to pay its suppliers upfront; nor is the bank willing to extend the amount of credit that would be required. Using a purchase order finance company, the suppliers are paid directly usually via a letter of credit. The business fulfills the order; with proceeds arriving after shipment is received. Who uses it and why? Purchase order financing is designed for growing businesses with little access to working capital and/or poor cash flow. The type of business that qualifies is usually a producer, distributor, wholesaler or reseller of manufactured products. If your company finally landed that dream order, but there’s not access to the capital needed to make it happen – you should consider purchase order financing. Please feel free to give us a call at 888-384-1366 to discuss your...

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Structured Settlement Financing and Annuity Financing

Posted by on Jan 12, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Startup Capital Loans, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Structured Settlement Financing and Annuity Financing

Take advantage of our new innovative structured settlement financing program that will allow you to sell your annuity or structured settlement for immediate lump sum cash now. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for themselves. Whether you want to sell: All of your payments Some of your payments A certain portion of each incoming payment Benefits to Structured Settlement Financing? Combat an unexpected change or big expense in your life with instant liquidity Customize options based on each personal situation Cash out your inherited annuity Position assets for transfer to heirs Avoid high surrender charges Experience world class customer service As a guideline, the following information is helpful when requesting a quote. Even if you don’t have all the information, call us and we can guide you. Information needed when requesting a quote for a fixed annuity: First payment date Last guaranteed payment date Payment amount Payment frequency (e.g. monthly, annual, etc.) Insurance company name Annuity policy number Contact us today at 888-384-1366, and one of our financial specialists will give you a no-cost analysis of structure settlement financing for your company. What is structured settlement financing? The nature of structured settlements requires people to wait to obtain funding. However, Sharpline allows one to cash out or obtain a cash advance on one’s structured settlement. We can offer to buy part or all of one’s structured settlement (or other fixed annuity payments) in return for a lump sum cash upfront. Basically, Sharpline allows one to switch, for example, a structured settlement payment of over 20 years to an upfront cash payment now. Call Sharpline now at 888-384-1366 for more information on your specific fixed payments. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for you throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for...

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Unsecured Business Lines of Credit

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Commercial Capital Loan Programs, Startup Capital Loans, Working and Growth Capital Loans | 0 comments

Unsecured Business Lines of Credit

Sharpline Capital specializes in unsecured business lines of credit. These unsecured business lines of credit do not require collateral and include anything from smaller business credit card solutions up to individual lines of credit for $500,000. How much the business owner qualifies for depends on the credit profile and the size and profitability of the business. Start-up companies with no established revenue and a business owner or partner with a good credit file can expect to receive between $25,000 – $100,000. Small business owners are finding out that banks and many credit unions are approving fewer and fewer small business loans. Some analysts report that many banks are approving less than 12% of business loan applicants. Extremely stringent loan criteria continues to hinder access to much needed capital for small businesses. If you are a small business owner, you may want to consider an unsecured business loan to help your company expand. This financing option has proven to be an essential tool for some of our clients and has helped small business owners with limited assets and less than perfect credit scores to access much needed capital. Sharpline Capital offers a no-obligation consultation. Feel free to speak to one of our representatives on unsecured lines of credit. Moving Forward with a Unsecured Loan From Sharpline Capital You should be prepared before applying for an unsecured business loan. This can help you select the best financing company for your capital needs. You should, run your credit report and do your best to clean up any problems that show up. Do some research to determine which loans might be viable for your business. Look for a financing company that has a long track record of success with small- and medium-sized companies nationwide, and that offers an easy and efficient loan process. Finally, make sure you obtain and organize all of your business paperwork, such as tax documents, bank statements and balance sheets. By having all your documents, you can improve your chances in obtaining your business loan. Sharpline Capital specializes in unsecured business loans. Our business funding group can recommend the best loan program for your company. Our products include working capital loans, merchant cash advances, accounts receivables loan, and just about any small business loan. Get started now by clicking on the red “Get Started” button and then submit your online loan application. Please remember that Sharpline Capital is an advocate for your business throughout the loan process, this is contrary to the banks and lenders who are working for...

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