Are you Business Loan Ready? – 7 Great Business Loan Providers
Do you think you have everything you need to get a business loan? Specifically an SBA loan?
Have you checked your SBSS? Have you built your business credit?
If you have all these things checked off, then test yourself by filling out our BP Framework (for logged in members), if you feel comfortable answering all the questions in the framework, and have everything needed, then head over to one of the following Small Business Loan Providers.
Keep in mind that all of these business loan providers have their own requirements.
National Business Capital – This company has a variety of loan options. They perform a soft credit pull and review business finances to see what you qualify for.
SBA Lender Match – Let the loan offers come to you. SBA’s lender match process allows you to put your information in a portal for lenders to reach out to you, should you qualify for a loan. You must have a business plan for this process, or lenders will not take you seriously. Having a financial projection is very helpful as well.
Accion Opportunity Fund – a great small business loan platform for business owners with excellent credit. They will conduct a soft credit pull on your credit for pre-qualification. However, we’d suggest speaking to one of their business coaches before you apply.
UHEDC – a great non-profit SBA lender. They will conduct a soft credit pull on your credit for pre-qualification.
United Midwest Savings Bank – Voted as one of the top 25 SBA Lenders Nation Wide. They will conduct a hard pull for pre-approval, so make sure you are ready to apply.
Smart Biz – a popular small business loan platform, will conduct a soft credit pull on your personal credit.
Giggle Finance – a great online lending platform that helps small business owners and gig economy workers who earn 1099 income get quick access to up to $5,000.
A&M Business Coach Note: The short list above is not in preference order, it is in alphabetical order. There are many companies offering business loans for micro businesses, but we’ve found the ones mentioned as being straightforward with the most streamlined processes.
If you’d like to know which one would be best suited to your business status, feel free to reach out to a business coach. If you need info on Business Credit building, search “business credit” in the Ask Addy search bar.
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Last Update: February 3rd, 2023