Owning a business can mean that you are your own boss and can make your own rules, it can also mean that you are responsible for your own financing and getting the company started. This is where a commercial...
Deciding to invest in commercial real estate can be both incredibly exciting and unbelievably daunting given the circumstances. While your plan might seemingly look organized and ready to be put into motion on paper, finding the necessary financing can...
When you’re trying to grow your business and optimize your long-term goals and strategies, the means of financing your equipment might not be at the top of your list of things to worry about. However, it certainly should be,...
When you run a business, you understand the importance of having operating cash available to help keep your business running. Without access to money, you can’t manage your daily finances and take care of routine things such as paying...
Knowing what kinds of capital you have, and need, for your business can really help you get ahead and stay there. Growth capital, for instance, is the funds that you can use to expand your business while working capital...
If your business has been successful, you may start to consider taking it to the next level. That can mean expanding your existing operations to manufacture a larger volume of your product or expand your location to reach a...
You have a great idea for a business and want to put your idea down on paper and bring your dream to life. However, starting a business isn’t as easy at it seems and there are many different hurdles...
When you manage a business, you’re likely always looking for new ways to help fund your business operations so you can continue to grow and expand. However, not every business has the same financing needs so it only makes...
Real estate investors sometimes need special financial tools to bring together deals and make a profit. Conventional banks cannot usually offer some of the types of loans these investors need because the risks are too high. Alternative lenders have...
To stay in business, companies need enough money to pay bills and meet payroll. Those obligations stay in place even when activity slows down and incoming cash flow stops. Sometimes out of desperation, companies turn to something known as...