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SBA Loans

Use Small Business Loans to Boost Your Enterprise

Small businesses need working capital to grow, which usually means taking out a loan. However, not all financing is designed for mom-and-pop shops. Fortunately, WHW Capital has the perfect solution: small business loans.

How an SBA Loan Works

The Small Business Administration guarantees SBA loans, which are distributed through Preferred Financial Services companies such as [company name]. Because of the Small Business Administration’s support, we’re able to offer loans with competitive rates and terms.

Who Can Apply for Small Business Loans

Only small businesses can qualify for these loans. A small business is an enterprise with fewer than 500 employees.

What if you’ve been turned down for loans before? While you must meet an eligibility standard for a small business loan, you may still qualify if you’ve been denied traditional loans in the past. Most lenders set their approval requirements with large corporations in mind, making it difficult for startups and small businesses to qualify.

To determine approval, we look at your credit score as well as cash flow. Well-managed enterprises can receive as much as $5 million.

Why You Should Apply

Once you’re approved for financing, you can use the funds however you like:

  • Covering payroll
  • Leasing or purchasing equipment
  • Obtaining real estate
  • Acquiring inventory
  • Consolidating debt

Additionally, we offer excellent terms if you want to acquire an existing business:

  • Up to 80% LTV
  • Full amortization
  • No prepayment penalties
  • No ballooning
  • Up to 15-year terms

For all other purposes, we can offer the following:

  • Up to 90% LTV
  • No prepayment penalties
  • Up to 25-year terms

Where You Can Get a Small Business Loan

When you’re in the market for SBA financing, you want a smooth application process that delivers funds quickly. Here at [company name], our professionals can help you get prequalified in 48 hours. If you’re interested in accessing working capital for your small enterprise, it’s time to contact [company name].