What Type of Lender is Right for My Business?

When business owners or executives first realize the need for working capital, it can be difficult to know where to start. People often ask, “Should I call my local bank? What about non-traditional lenders? What’s the difference between the two?” We hear this all the time, and wanted to provide a resource to help!

We recently released an Infographic titled “What Type of Lender is Right for My Business?” This provides a quick and easy reference piece for prospective borrowers to determine whether they’d be better suited pursuing a traditional bank line of credit, or to look into alternative financing. Each lending option has unique characteristics, and this infographic helps clarify how different business situations are best suited for certain lending options.

The infographic follows a flow-chart format, and leads users through a series of yes / no choices about their business. Key points that determine the right fit include:

– Does your business have three or more years of positive business history?

– Do you have limited or negative equity?

– Do you have limited or inconsistent profitability?

– Do your assets exceed your liabilities?

– Does your business have positive trends?

– Are there opportunities for growth?

By answering each of these questions, it’s easy to see whether your business may qualify for traditional or non-traditional lending. We are excited about this release, and hope that many businesses find this useful!

Crestmark Infographic Traditional vs Asset Based July 2014

Are you in the market for a business loan? If so, ask yourself the questions on this infographic and then give us a call to discuss! We’d love to help walk you through the process of figuring out what lending option would be best for you and your business.

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