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We all love a classic because it’s tried and true. The same goes for a business term loan—it’s a stable, flexible way to get more working capital, grow your business, and build your credit. If you’re craving a simple small business financing solution, this is it.
Term loans are generally classified into short-term loans and long-term loans.
These short-term loans have a fairly self-explanatory name. They’re short-term, generally meaning they are repaid over 18 months or fewer.
A long-term loan on the other hand spans years. So they’re great if you’re looking for a large lump sum of funding to help sustain your business. These are usually paid over 2 to 10 years and are for $5,000 to $2 million, a much larger sum than short-term loans would be for.
A term loan can be a great opportunity for business owners. It’s a good way to get a large sum of funding that can be repaid over many years. The interest rates tend to be more favorable than those for short-term loans. They also usually come with a fixed or flat interest rate, so you’ll know what you’re expected to pay each month. This makes it easier for you to also estimate your payments, like with our loan calculator.
If your business doesn’t match some of the qualifiers below, it may be more challenging to receive funding from our lending partners.
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We pair you with loan options from our network of 75+ lenders. Our dedicated funding managers can help you weigh the pros and cons of each option.
Once you’re approved, you’ll be able to access your capital in as little as 24 hours.
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A term loan provides a borrower with a lump sum of money upfront that is then repaid at regular intervals over a set amount of time, also referred to as the loan term. Interest rates on term loans can be fixed or floating and can start as low as 6%.
One of the best things about a term loan is that it can be used for a variety of funding needs. Here are some examples of term loans:
You can use a small business term loan to cover a payroll gap you’ve got to cover. You might have one because your business is seasonal. Or you might have one because you had a rush of business and had to bring on new employees to help cover it all. Either way, you can use a term loan to pay.
Adding another business location
If you’ve got one brick-and-mortar business location that’s thriving, the opportunity to open another might be too good to pass up. You could use a term loan to help you cover the startup costs of your new location. Renovations, rent, and materials for running your business all cost money a term loan could help provide.
Word-of-mouth advertising is great, but it only gets your business so far. You likely need to market your business at times and term loan funding can help you do that.
Acquiring another business
Another way term loans could help your business is if you’ve got the chance to acquire another business. If there’s one that comes on the market and would be the perfect addition to your existing business, don’t miss out. You can use a term loan to help acquire it.
The interest rates for term loans tend to be lower than those for short-term loans or other kinds of quick financing. You should also be able to calculate monthly payments for your loan as well because the interest is a flare or fixed interest rate. You could see interest rates as low as 6% with a term loan. Don’t forget to add in any origination fees or application fees, and be aware of any early repayment fees that could come with the loan.
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