Q: What is account receivable
A: Account receivable factoring is the
purchasing of accounts receivable or invoices from a
business at a discount. Click
to get more information on factoring and how factoring
Q: What is a Bridge Loan?
A: A bridge loan is a short-term loan
(usually up to one year) that is utilized by a company until
permanent financing can be secured. Click
to get more information on bridge loans and our commercial
Q: What is Asset Based Lending?
A: Asset based lending involves a line
of credit or a loan that is secured by accounts receivable,
inventory, equipment, marketable securities, real estate or
some combination of the above mentioned assets. Click
here to get more information on Asset Based Lending.
Q: What is Commercial Real Estate
A: Commercial real estate financing
involves a loan made to a business collateralized by real
estate and/or other fixed or liquid assets. Click
to get more information on our commercial loan programs.
Q: What is a Business Note?
A: A business note is a debt security,
usually maturing within ten years. The owner of the note
may opt to sell the note at a discount and receive immediate
capitalization rather than receiving incremental payments
over a period of years. Please send us an
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