Canada Working Capital Loans

Working Capital Loans for businesses in Canada.   These include business bank statement loans and small business loans. Fast and easy processing.  Apply today.

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What type of working capital loans can I get in Canada?

Canadian companies don’t always know which alternative working capital loans are available.

Business Loans for Canadian Companies

FAQ Frequently asked questions on Canada business loans

How can I get a business loan with bad credit in Canada?
Research companies that offer business loans in Canada. Contact the lenders and
make them aware you have bad credit as the owner. Tell them your approximate credit score if you know it. Ask what their approval criteria is. If you meet it then apply for funding.
Can I get a business loan in Quebec?
There are several programs available for business loans in Quebec for both small and large businesses.
Our business is in Canada and already has one loan. Can we get more funding if we already have one business loan?
You can get a second business loan for a business in Canada. This is also called a 2nd position. 3rd positions are also available

Canadian business bank statement loan

These are based on the company’s business cash flow.  The company needs to have the following:
– $10,000 per Month or more in total deposits each of the most recent 3 months.
– 5 or more separate deposits per month.
– An average daily balance of $1,500 or more.   This bank statement loan for companies in
Canada is available to most Canadian companies.


Loans against Semi Trucks and Tractor Trailer Trucks in Canada

Companies have to have 2 or more transport trucks worth $10,000 or more wholesale. A company that has 5 transport trucks worth a total of $200,000 can get $75,000 to $100,000.  This can be a loan against Transport Trucks.  These loans are for 24, 36, or 48 months.   Many have a discount for early payoff.

Canadian accounts receivables financing

Businesses that have provided goods and services to another business.   The company then issues an invoice.   These businesses can get an advance against that invoice.   An advance can be a paid to the company waiting to get paid on the invoice.   The advance percentage is normally 70% to 80% of the amount of the invoice.

Canadian businesses can use their sales and equipment to get funding.  Most Canadian businesses have sales or equipment.  Many will qualify.

Good news for companies in Canada.  Lenders in Canada offer mostly traditional bank business loans.   These loans are difficult to get approved for.   Alternative loans will give Canadian companies more ways to correct cash flow issues.   They are also known as business loans in Canada or business loans for companies in Canada.

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