Business Capital Loans

Business capital loans, also known as working capital loans, are available to cover a wide range of contingencies. Generally, this financing is used to pay for the costs associated with running your business, or operational costs. These include meeting the rent, payroll, or making debt and credit card payments. Sometimes a business opportunity presents itself but requires an almost immediate commitment. In other words, working capital loans are for short term needs. There are other financing options for larger expenses and longer-term investments such as the purchase of a new building or property.

When they require business capital loans, many small to midsize businesses turn to their banks. However, traditional financing institutions’ requirements and response times usually do not dovetail with a firm’s need for immediate financial assistance. AdvancePoint Capital understands the financial requirements that small businesses face. We can assist enterprises to secure term loans, a business line-of-credit, or with invoice factoring.

When Businesses Need Financing Fast

AdvancePoint Capital, a leading alternative financing company, has assisted thousands of companies from those in business for a year to trades with a history going back generations. We understand their need to secure financing quickly to meet everyday business challenges. At AdvancePoint, we make it easy. Just call our representatives for a confidential consultation, or fill out our form for a fast response.

Unlike banks, there’s far less paperwork involved, and our one-page application is easy to fill out and submit, too! Once approved, the money your business requires to thrive will be made available immediately. The entire process can take as little as 24-hours to a few days. When you need business capital loans, turn to the alternative lender who works with you at your convenience, AdvancePoint Capital. For a confidential consultation, call us today! We’re available to take your call 24/7 at (800) 381-8920.

* All loans made by either WebBank, an FDIC-insured Utah industrial bank, or Bank of the Internet Federal Bank, an FDIC-insured federally chartered thrift located in California. In connection with the loans, the Banks' underwriting conditions and terms apply.