Your business can get an mca merchant cash advance renewal with lower rates and longer terms by choosing one of several programs available here.
The same programs also offer mca merchant cash advance renewals with rates as low as 12% to 15% and up rate factors and longer terms if your business qualifies.
F.A.Q. Frequently asked questions how to get an mca merchant cash advance with lower rates.
How low of a rate can I get?
The lowest rates Start at approximately 8% to 12% rate factor for the best credit, longest time in business and strongest cash flow. rates in the low teens and higher are the lowest rates for merchant cash advances.
My mca merchant cash advance rate is super high. How can I lower my rate right immediately? I need to get a lower payment today or by the end of the week.
Lower your mca merchant cash advance rate right now by paying it off with a lower rate advance. Use the funds from your lower rate advance to payoff the remaining balance on your new advance. This works especially well when the balance of your existing advance is low.
There are some merchant cash advances that are similar to and work like a line of credit. Your business can borrow, repay, and re-borrow over and over. With these programs, your business can repay before the financing is paid off. By repaying before your balance is $0, you are able to use the product like a business line of credit.
Can we get a business loan instead of an mca merchant cash advance?
Yes, for many program options, your business can get a business loan instead of an mca merchant cash advance. Business loans will require a higher personal credit bureau score, usually around 575 to 600 or higher. A regular business loan may also require a longer time in business of longer than 1 year or longer than 2 years.
Yes, your business can get a business loan instead of a merchant cash advance if you qualify. Like the line of credit option, a regular business loan usually requires at least 1 year or more time in business and at least a 575 – 600 credit bureau score. Contact us for details.
Other options to get better terms
Consider other loan types such as asset based or longer term loans if your credit score is higher
Increase your personal credit score by review your credit and disputing any inaccuracies
Establish a business credit profile and build business credit
Maintain business financial that show your business has a net profit that is more than any new loan payment you are applying for