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SBA Loans

A Small Business Administration loan is a type of loan that is guaranteed by the U.S. government. SBA loans offer many benefits to small businesses that are not available with other types of business loans. As a National Preferred Lender of small business, we focus exclusively on helping the ‘tough to approve’ small businesses get an SBA loan. We refer to a team of expert financial professionals who focus exclusively on this specific type of lending.

We’re America's SBA Loans Experts and we've been providing SBA loans to merchants like you since 2003
Our SBA loan program offers countless loan programs for small businesses to keep growing. SBA loans provide sourced funding from an array of approved certified lenders. Often times, there are no fixed terms on SBA funding; The SBA will define the amounts as well as other specifications. SBA-backed loans are often exemplified by flexibility, longer terms and lower down payments.

Flexible Lending For Small BusinessesGetting quick financing has become a challenge; especially for small businesses. From business startup to expansion, meeting the terms and requirements of traditional bank loans can be very difficult. Merchant Advisors can help with your financing needs. With access to over 300 direct lenders you can get your lending matches faster than any traditional bank and see what’s required to get the loan.

We'll cut through all the red tape and get you the SBA loan you need without the hassle. The SBA loan process can be cumbersome and difficult and that's why we offer a variety of funding programs similar to the SBA 7(a) loan, SBA 504 Loan, SBA microloan and Small Loan Advantage (SLA Program) that we will customize to meet your specific needs. You're one phone call away from getting the answers you’re after. If you're seeking an SBA loan then let Merchant Advisors work quickly to get you the cash you need. Apply now and begin reviewing your lending matches instantly!

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Our SBA loans can be used for different business purposes including
  • Business Acquisitions
  • Business Expansion
  • Business refinance
  • Equipment/Furniture
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Franchise startup/Franchise fees
  • Partner buy outs
  • Debt restructuring

“Our SBA Loans are not in any way affiliated with a government, state or local government funding agency”.

How it Works
Turn Your Future Credit Card Sales into Cash

Business cash advance known also as a merchant cash advance involves you receiving cash for selling a small portion of your future Visa- and MasterCard- receipts. It's that simple.

Convert Credit Card Receivables Into Capital

The business cash advance is established when a merchant sells an agreed upon percentage of future Visa and Master Card merchant account receivables in order to gain needed capital.

Cash Advance is similar To Factoring-Except No Business Invoices

This is pretty much similar to invoice factoring, except in this case your future credit card receivables are factored rather than the business to business invoices.

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