Small Business Loan
ValueCAP Lenders offers a Small Business Expansion Loan designed for business owners within a certain level of success and financial security. This large scale financing offers a longer term (18 or 24 months), automatic weekly payments, and our most competitive rates ever.
Our business expansion loans offer advantages that ‘traditional’ small business loans can’t match. The approval process is fast and simple, and the personalized flexibility of your funding means that we provide right-sized capital to meet the needs of your business.
But, most importantly, we want you to consider us more than just a source of funding. We want to be your trusted and committed partner as your business continues to grow and thrive. Providing a superior customer experience for all of our partners here at ValueCAP Lenders is our top priority, and our team is here to support you every step of the way.
Get in touch with us and we’ll show you why small business expansion loans through ValueCAP Lenders are your best option for business growth.
DO I QUALIFY?
With ValueCAP Lenders, you can get funding faster than it takes to get a letter delivered (no offense, post office—we still think you’re great). Business Expansion Loans are available to businesses which meet certain criteria2:
- To qualify for a Business Expansion Loan you’ll need to have been in business for six months or more.
- For the most recent three months, your bank statements must a) show deposits of at least $15,000/month, and b) your average daily balances must be greater than $1,000.
- If you do not think you qualify right now, give us a call and one of our Customer Success Team members will be happy to talk to you about all of our products. One of them may fit your needs right now.
CUSTOMER SUCCESS TEAM
Our Customer Success Team will walk you through the process and explain all the details, like what you might need to finalize your funding. Speaking of which…
Just so you can have everything ready, we’ll need the following in order to finalize your loan:
- Signed business loan agreement
- Business lease agreement (if you rent) or business mortgage statement (if you own)
- Unexpired government-issued picture ID of all owners
- Most recent business tax return (for loans over $100,000)
- Bank statements—most recent 3 months