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Business Loans Richmond 2019

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Climb -
4 / 5
Pylo Finance 4 / 5
Fresh Start Finance 4 / 5
Marble Finance 5 / 5
Money Mart 4 / 5
Private Loan Shop 5 / 5
Progressa 3 / 5
My Canada Payday 5 / 5
Mr. Payday 4 / 5
Money Provider 5 / 5
Loan Express 3 / 5
Loan Away 4 / 5
Lendful 3 / 5
LendDirect 5 / 5
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GoDay 4 / 5
iCash 5 / 5
Focus Financial Inc. 2 / 5
FlexFi 5 / 5
Eastern Loans 5 / 5
DMO Credit 5 / 5
Capital Cash 2 / 5
Credit 700 2 / 5
Credit Club 5 / 5
Credit2Go 3 / 5
Ledn 5 / 5
Amber Financial 5 / 5
Affirm Financial 5 / 5
310 Loan 2 / 5
Newstart Canada 4 / 5
Ferratum 5 / 5
SkyCap Financial 4 / 5
Fairstone 2 / 5
Lending Mate 4 / 5
Consumer Capital Canada 4 / 5
Lamina 3 / 5
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514 Loans 5 / 5
CashCo 5 / 5
UrLoan 5 / 5
Loan Me Now 4 / 5
Captain Cash 4 / 5
BC Loans 4 / 5
Urgent Loans 4 / 5
Easy Financial 3 / 5
Mogo Finance 4 / 5
Cash Money 5 / 5
Borrowell 5 / 5
Magical Credit 5 / 5
Speedy Cash 5 / 5
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SharpShooter Funding 5 / 5
First West Credit Union 5 / 5
Meridian Credit Union 5 / 5
Laurentian Bank of Canada 5 / 5
HSBC Bank Canada 5 / 5
National Bank 5 / 5
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) 5 / 5
Scotiabank 3 / 5
Bank of Montreal (BMO) 3 / 5
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) 5 / 5
CWB National Leasing 5 / 5
Money in Motion 5 / 5
Lease Link 5 / 5
FundThrough 5 / 5
Econolease Financial Services Inc. 5 / 5
Easylease Corp 5 / 5
Dynamic Capital 5 / 5
Capify 5 / 5
Canadian Equipment Finance 5 / 5
Capital Key 5 / 5
Cashbloom 5 / 5
BFS Captial 5 / 5
BDC 2 / 5
Baron Finance 5 / 5
B2B Bank 5 / 5
AOne Financial Solutions 5 / 5
Borrowell 5 / 5
iCapital 5 / 5
Lendified -
IOU Financial 5 / 5
Company Capital 5 / 5
OnDeck 5 / 5
Evolocity 5 / 5
Lending Loop 5 / 5
Thinking Capital 5 / 5
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Canadian Truck Loan -
Canada Car Loans -
Car Loans Canada -
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Auto Capital Canada 5 / 5
Carfinco 5 / 5
Canada Drives 5 / 5
Prefera Finance 5 / 5
Approve Canada 5 / 5
2nd Chance Automotive 5 / 5
Newstart Canada 4 / 5
SkyCap Financial 4 / 5
Splash Auto Finance by Rifco 5 / 5
Carloans411 5 / 5
AutoArriba 5 / 5
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Newstart Canada 4 / 5
BHM Financial 5 / 5
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CMLS Financials -
CHIP Reverse Mortgage -
CanWise -
Centum 5 / 5
Broker Financial Group Inc. 5 / 5
Bridgewater Bank 5 / 5
Alpine Credits 5 / 5

As the population of British Columbia grows, so too do the number of businesses established there. This effect can really be seen in Richmond, where commercial real estate is pricey, but in high demand. So, if you’re looking to operate a business in that area, you’ve made a wise choice of location.

That said, as a business owner, you know that the price of the real estate isn’t the only cost you have to cover. There are a ton of large, recurring expenses that need your attention. However, you shouldn’t have to take the focus away from what’s important and a business loan might be the best way of avoiding that.

Check out this article to learn about expanding your small business with new capital.

Getting Ready to Apply

A business loan functions much like a standard personal loan that you would get through your bank or another lender. You would be requesting a certain amount of financing, which will be deposited directly into your bank account following approval. You’ll then follow a specific schedule that you and your lender will have agreed upon prior, wherein you’ll repay your loan through a series of installments (including interest).

Nevertheless, in order to receive your business loan, you’ll need to apply first. That’s where the process is going to differ slightly from a traditional loan. Being that a business loan has the potential to be much bigger, the lender involved would be taking more of a risk, so approval standards may be slightly more strict.

Applicants, such as yourself, may need to:

  • Provide bank statements displaying business revenue
  • Agree to a credit check
  • Present an effective and detail oriented business plan
  • Pay off any outstanding debts prior to applying
  • Avoid filing a consumer proposal, declaring bankruptcy or any other legal issue

Before you apply, make sure you pair yourself up with a lender that has a good reputation and comprehends your business for what it is. Once you’ve chosen your source of financing, have all required documents in order and ready for inspection.

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What Can a Business Loan Do For Me?

Remember, a business loan is essentially liquid cash at your fingertips. While it’s generally a good idea to take care of your most pressing expenses first, such as your property taxes and utilities, what you use the money for is up to you.

Use the funds to cover almost any cost, including but not limited to:

  • Your employees’ salaries and/or benefit packages
  • Repairs or renovations done to your workspace
  • Financing or maintaining your company vehicles
  • Leasing or purchasing the right equipment and furniture
  • Paying your business license, insurance, and other necessary bills

Make sure you’re being careful of predatory small business lenders.

Will a Business Loan Impact My Credit?

Yes, when you apply for the loan, your lender will report the activity to Canada’s business credit bureaus; Equifax, Dun & Bradstreet, and TransUnion. Unlike your personal credit score, your business credit score ranges from 0-100 (rather than 300-900). It’s also part of public record, meaning anyone can look at it as long as they pay the appropriate fees. Be careful, because this also means that your business has three different credit scores, so it’s important to monitor each one consistently. In addition, each bureau has several types of business credit score on file, such as credit risk, business failure, and payment index.

It’s also essential to choose vendors that report payments to the credit bureaus. For instance, Dun & Bradstreet uses a 100-point score system called “D&B PAYDEX”, which is largely based on how timely you pay your bills and how you interact with your vendors. If you’re working with a vendor that doesn’t report payments, it’s probably better to search elsewhere. You should also be sure to maintain a decent credit utilization ratio of around 20-30% when it comes to a business line of credit, and look over each version of your credit report for any errors.

Click here for more information about business credit scores and reports.

Is a Business Loan My Only Financing Option?

While business loans are popular for those who are just getting their enterprise off the ground, there are a few more business financing options that Loans Canada can provide. Anyone of these programs can aid with a different aspect of your business, as long as you’re planning to borrow and pay responsibly.

These services include:

  • Merchant cash advances
  • Commercial mortgages
  • Equipment financing
  • Asset-based leasing and financing
  • Payment processing

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What Businesses Qualify for a Loan?

All this said you may be wondering if your Richmond operation is going to qualify for this type of loan. Again, part of that depends on how appealing a business strategy you can present to your lenders. However, once you’ve showcased your ability and proved that you’re a strong candidate, you should have no problem qualifying, no matter what type of business you happen to own.

Here are just a few of the popular and profitable industries in Richmond, any of which can have a high chance of securing business financing:

  • Barbershops, hairdressers, and beauty salons
  • Bars, food trucks, and restaurants
  • Wellness spas and other personal health facilities
  • Warehouses, shipping companies, and factories
  • Dental practices and other healthcare providers
  • Vehicle dealerships and mechanic shops
  • Law firms and other office environments

Where Can I Apply for a Business Loan?

Right here at Loans Canada, where financial services are our specialty. We understand the needs of the Richmond business owner and we’re prepared to help you along the road to success.

FAQs

Can you get a loan with bad credit?

  • Yes, Canadians with bad credit can still qualify for a loan. Unsecured bad credit loans may be paired with higher interest rates, but consumers can still opt for a secured loan such as a car title loan to gain access to lower rates.

Will applying for a loan hurt my credit score?

  • If the lender performs a hard pull of your credit, yes your credit score will go down a few points. But it will recover over time. The most important thing is to make sure you don’t have too many hard pulls within a short period of time.

Can I pay off my loan early?

  • Yes, some lenders will allow you to settle your account early. Just keep in mind that you may be charged a prepayment penalty, which is typically a percentage of your remaining loan balance. Before you sign a loan contract make sure you understand the terms of your loan.

What is the difference between a secured and an unsecured loan?

  • A secured loan is backed by some form of collateral, typically an asset like a vehicle or piece of property. If a borrower defaults on a secured loan, the asset could be seized. An unsecured loan does not require collateral. The heightened risk of an unsecured loan may result in a higher interest rate, although this is usually a function of the applicant’s credit history.

How to tell if a lender is legitimate?

  • Choosing a legitimate lender can seem like a daunting task, but there are a few key factors to watch out for. For example, a legitimate lender will never ask for any form of upfront payment and should have many independent reviews you can look at online.

Can I transfer my loan to someone else?

  • Certain loans, for example, a car loan, can be transferred to someone else. But, a personal loan cannot be transferred.

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