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Business funding does not have to be hard to get. Does your business have collateral or cash flow? If so, there is a program that will fund your business. Denied for not enough collateral? See Tips, FAQ questions and answers below.
FAQ Frequently asked questions on being declined for a business loan for insufficient collateral and also unacceptable collateral.
What does insufficient collateral mean?
Insufficient collateral means you or your business do not have the assets the lender requires to secure a loan. Programs vary from lender to lender. If you received this decline reason, then check with other lenders or consider other business loan programs.
What can be used as collateral for a secured loan?
Many types of assets can be used as collateral for a business loan depending on the lender and the program. For example, accounts receivables, equipment, vehicles, stocks and real estate are commonly used.
What if I don’t have collateral?
If your business does not have collateral for a loan, then consider a cash flow loan or unsecured loan. Most unsecured business loans look at your monthly business deposits. Other unsecured programs also look at tax returns, financial statements as well as business and personal credit.
Why do I have to have collateral?
Collateral may be required because the lender needs security in order to even offer a business loan. The lender sells the collateral when a borrower defaults and recovers much or all of what is owed on the loan. This often lets the lender offer more approvals and make more aggressive offers. As a result, they will lose less from default customers through the collateral in the loan.
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