A TD line of credit offers your business financial flexibility as you manage cash flow. In addition, the agency provides grants to support counseling partners, including approximately 900 Small Business Development Centers (often located at colleges and universities), 110 Women’s Business Centers, and SCORE, a volunteer mentor corps of retired and experienced business leaders with approximately 350 chapters.
Since, unlike in real estate transactions, commercial lenders can fund referral fee earned by business brokers helping people buy and sell businesses, this segment of industry is supported by smaller banks and standalone finance companies who understand this sector.
Types of loans include asset-based financing, lines of credit, alternative loans, equipment financing, bridge loans, factoring, term loans, merchant cash advances, SBA loans, working capital, commercial real estate loans, and debt refinance and consolidation.
Large bank institutions, such as Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo, generate the bulk of their SBA loan volume by loans, especially the express loan and line of credit, offered to those who would be declined for ‘normal’ bank credit due to factors such as length of time in business or slightly more conservative underwriting factors.
Lines of Credit are subject to credit approval, and applicable only to secured Lines of Credit between $10,000.00 and $100,000.00. The promotional rate and $0 origination fee is available for qualified applicants that maintain an active TD Bank Business Checking account from which loan payments will be automatically deducted.