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     Invoice factoring                  Merchant cash advance
​SBA Loans    

Business line of credit
Invoice factoring
Equipment loan
Manage cash flow and address periodic short-term working capital needs with our business line of credit.
Provides working capital flexibility for operational needs including purchasing short term assets such as inventory or managing cash flow during cyclical or seasonal periods
One easy, 15 minute application
No fees or obligations 
A vast array of options 
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Invoice financing or factoring allows business owners to use it’s receivables as collateral in a financing agreement.
No paperwork, no contracts, and no hidden fees. Get control of your cash flow with an advance in as little as 24 hours
Loan Amount: Up to 90% of A/R
Factor Rates As Low As 5%
Funds in as little as 48 Hrs
Get Equipment to grow your Business Today
Same Day Approval, Next Day Funding
NO Collateral Requirements
Get $5K - $600K for Any Business Need
Lowest Rates Guaranteed
We offer short term loans ranging from $5,000 - $600,000 that can cover a number of needs like renovations, inventory, storage, or perhaps new equipment to give your company the edge it needs.

An unsecured loan, sometimes referred to as a signature loan or a merchant loan, is a special type of financing available to business that is different from traditional lending. Instead of requiring collateral to obtain financing, unsecured lending uses several other factors to judge the eligibility of a loan applicant. These could include things such as your credit score and sales records from the business. This type of financing may be advisable for small business owners who do not want to risk their personal collateral in order to obtain the financing they need. Since the loan requirements differ from traditional bank loans, the interest rates and speed of approval can be much different. Oftentimes these merchant loans are reviewed and approved in a very short time frame, making them ideal for anyone who is in need of immediate capital.
Sports  and entertainment contract  loans
SBA Loans & working capital
Merchant cash advance
A merchant cash advance, also known as a business cash advance, is financing based on your future credit card receivables. This type of merchant financing is repaid on a daily basis as a percentage of your credit card sales. Therefore, if your sales are high, your advance is paid off faster and if sales are lower, your payment is lower.
A merchant cash advance can help with:
Inventory purchases
Equipment needs
Marketing opportunities
Short-term capital needs
And more!
Our Investor offers customized, contract based, lending solutions to professional entertainer, and athletes with signed player contracts in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and MLS. Sure Sports provides loans to professional athletes based primarily off their current and future income, or contracts. Our loans are primarily unsecured, however, we provide mortgages, and auto loans. We have been successful at originating unsecured loans generally between 4% – 8% for players with limited credit and assets.
Term Loansup to $500,000
Purpose: Working capital, refinance, business acquisition, R/E purchase/construction, purchase equipment or inventory
Loan Amounts: $350,001 to $5,000,000
Collateral: Commercial R/E, inventory, FF&E (furniture, fixtures, and equipment)
Term: Varies, up to 25 years
Rate: Fixed or variable rate
Eligibility: Owner-operated and for-profit
LTV: Varies, up to 90%

Working capital is critical to the growth and success of any business. Managing finances is a constant battle in the business world. As a business grows, it is necessary that the cash flow expands with it in order to succeed. apply direct with our direct SBA Source. apply online
                        SBA 504 LOANS

Purpose: R/E purchase/construction, purchase long-term machinery or equipment
Loan Amounts: Up to $10,000,000
Collateral: Commercial R/E, equipment, machinery
Term: Varies, up to 25 years
Rate: Fixed or variable rate
Eligibility: Owner-operated and for-profit
No c-stores, gas stations, or hospitality
LTV: Varies, up to 90%
                      ASSET BASE LOANS​​

Purpose: Working capital for A/R (Accounts Receivable) and inventory, refinance existing credit line or high cost factoring line
Loan Amounts: $250,000 to $5,000,000
Collateral: Accounts receivable and inventory
Term: 12 months to 10 years
Rate: Variable rate
Eligibility: Must have commercial A/R
LTV: Up to 80% A/R
Up to 50% Inventory
PO's 100% of COGS
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SBA Programs


For smarter Commercial Financing of:
• Real Estate
• Buildings
• Mix use properties
• Machinery
• Equipment
• Down Payment as low as 10%
• Refinancing of existing property
• Below market fixed rates
• Long term financing 10-20 years


We will help you throught the application process to start or grow your small business providing financing for:
• Inventory
• Equipment
• Marketing
• Working capital
• Up to $50,000
• Fixed rate starting at
• 5 year terms
• One on one business
mentoring through the l
ife of the loan

504 SBA Loan Fixed Assets Financing
Coastal Commercial and Regional Business Assistance Corporation - RBAC

What is the SBA 504 Loan?
The SBA 504 Loan provides fixed rate financing to small business at below market interest rate to purchase commercial real estate, machinery, and equipment or for construction and renovation of commercial real estate.
How Does It Work?
• Bank (or private lender) finances 50% of the total project
• SBA through the CDC (RBAC) finances 40% of the total project
• Borrower contributes with 10% of the total project
(15% for start-up or single use building)
Advantages of the 504 Loan?
1. Lower than market, fixed rate for 10 to 20 years on the CDC portion of loan
2. Low down payment (as low as 10%)
3. Favorable bank rates - the 504 structure normally reduces risk for the bank
Who Qualifies for a 504?
• Business must have a net worth of less than $15 million
• Business must have profits after taxes of less than $5 million
• Must use the finances for a project located in the U.S.
• Business must be for profit and must occupty the real estate asset financed
• Must meet an economic development objective