Finding the right funding solutions for your business is difficult. At Savvy Diva Enterprises, we make it easy. We provide business funding solution services for businesses of all sizes. Together, we'll tailor a financing solution to fit your business.
Secure a business line of credit with 0% rates and cash-out capabilities.
Use it and repay it as often as you need it.
Rewards are also a plus.
SBA business loans are backed by the U.S. Small Administration and feature low interest rates.
Revenue Based Lending is a type of business funding where the lending decision is made primarily based on how you manage your business bank accounts.
With Accounts Receivable Financing, you can obtain up to 80% of your receivables within 24 hours.
Get approved this business loan even with challenged credit.
With Merchant Credit programs, you can obtain an advance on your credit and debit card sales. This business loan has high borrowing costs, but typically fund in 48 hours.
Secure financing for up to 50% of your inventory's value. This business funding offers quick approval, even with credit challenges.
401k and IRA Financing is a type of business funding where you use a 401k or IRA as collateral to get a loan or credit line with a low interest rate.
Securities-based Financing is a type of business funding where you can use stocks or bonds as collateral to get a loan or credit line with a low interest rate.
With equipment financing, you can borrow money to get equipment or get a business loan against existing equipment you already own.
A bridge loan is a short-term business loan, typically taken out for a short period pending the arrangement of larger or longer-term financing. A business bridge loan can help you get cash fast when you have the intention of either refinancing the loan or paying it off quickly.
A hard money loan is an asset-based loan financing through which a borrower receives funds secured by real property. Interest rates are typically higher than conventional property loans because of the higher risk and shorter terms.
Commercial real estate (CRE) is any income-producing real estate (i.e. offices, retail, hotels, and apartments) used for business purposes. A CRE loan might be sought by small businesses seeking to buy, expand, or renovate their sites.
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