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Revolving Lines of Credit

Published on 9/11/2018
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Revolving Lines of Credit

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Asset-Based Loans are, as the name would imply, loans that are based on the assets of your company. Traditionally, asset-based loans are those secured by your accounts (invoices) and by your on-site inventory. In some cases asset-based lenders will also use equipment as additional collateral.

Unlike factors who actually purchase your accounts weekly, asset-based lenders lend against your assets. Your business will therefore need a certain level of established credit history to qualify for asset-based lending, although typically much less than for a traditional financial statement loan as provided by most banks.

In its most basic form, asset-based lending transactions are formatted primarily on the value of collateral and not just on a client's credit history. Loans are most often structured as a "Revolving Line of Credit". As with factoring, the assets will usually be closely monitored, but through periodic audits rather than a factor's more hands-on participation in collection.

Asset-based lending is the natural transition from factoring for those manufacturers and distributors that grow to the point where they need inventory and equipment finance. The Small Business Finance Center works closely with some of the nation's largest providers of both factoring and asset-based lending and can provide your small business with the lines of capital necessary for growth and expansion.

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At the Small Business Finance Center, we are seasoned experts in providing entrepreneurs just like you with the working and growth capital they require. If you would like to learn more about factoring and asset-based finance and explore our ability to assist you in accessing the working and growth capital your small business needs and deserves, simply plan on attending one of our monthly workshop / teleconferences.

About Teleconference Guest Speakers  -  Each month the Small Business Finance Center holds a teleconference featuring a guest speaker from the asset-based finance community.

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Topics include:

Factoring: Advance payment upon your accounts receivable

Asset-Based Lending: Financing accounts. inventory, and equipment with a revolving line of credit

International Trade Solutions: How to finance offshore manufacturing and how to get paid when selling to foreign buyers

Merchant Cash Advance: Accessing an advance of cash based on future credit card and over the counter sales.


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Want to find out more about factoring and further explore the services DMS Commercial Finance can provide for your small business?

Then simply request our FREE booklet "When Banks Say NO!...The Small Business Guide to Factoring."

Its FREE, from the Small Business Finance Center.



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