Business Loans that provide fast cash for your business are available in a variety of loan types. The business loans that close the fastest are small business loans in the category of merchant advances and small business lines of credit.
While these loans may have seemingly high interest rates, they close fast giving the merchant or small business the opportunity to take advantage of special situations.
For example, a restaurant owner has a old ice making machine that is NOT energy efficient and barely produces enough ice to handle a rush. An equipment supplier runs a sale on a new ice making machine that is energy efficient and produces twice the ice at half the operational cost. The machine is also half price. Using the merchant advance small business loan the restaurant owner can quickly buy the machine, save himself a ton of money and mitigate the cost of the loan through the savings on the machine.
This type of scenario comes as a great advantage to small business owners. Another example is a small retailer of children's clothing finds out that a line of popular baby clothes are being discontinued by the manufacturer and they can buy a bulk allotment for 15 cents on the dollar. That's an 85% savings! Using a small business loan merchant advance that closes in 48 hours, the retailer purchases $100,000 of inventory that is sold off over the next 90 days. The merchant repays the loan quickly and pockets a tremendous profit.
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