Why Choose us for your Merchant Cash Advance Loans?

A merchant cash advance is a type of business loan that provides a lump sum loan in exchange for a percentage of Credit Card transactions. This type of business loan does not have an interest charge applicable to the loan, but rather our lenders work out a total amount owing on the loan using a multiplier-based formula.

Greenline Home Loans recommend merchant cash advance loans for business owners who are in need of liquidity and cannot demonstrate good credit or are simply not trading for a long period and cannot qualify for other types of business loans. As your trusted adviser, we will take the time to listen and understand you, guide you throughout the entire business loan process, and ensure we allow you all the time you need to understand each step along the way.

Product Features

Merchant cash advance loans are becoming a more popular option compared to traditional loan products. Assisting businesses with their current cash flow, various features of merchant cash advances have alleviated financial difficulties with ease.

Simplicity and Speed

Applying for a merchant cash advance loan is very simplistic, requiring very minimal paperwork as compared to traditional business loans. Similar to an unsecured business loan, businesses are able to get quick access to funds.

Easy To Qualify

When applying for such business loans, there are limited credit checks and financial history that is needed for the loan application. In some instances, no credit checks or financial history is required. Borrowers do not need a perfect credit score as lenders look at the business’s income to decide whether or not the funds can be repaid.

Secured Funds

With merchant cash advance loans, the borrowed funds are secured by or connected to your future transactions or income. Therefore, collateral is not required.

Flexible Repayments

The amount of money you pay back for this loan, as well as the loan term, is not fixed. Instead, repayments are connected to the business’s income since lenders take a slice of each sale. There is no pressure to pay a large sum if sales are slow.

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