Get approved for up to one-hundred and fifty thousand dollars in funding for your business with our business revenue financing program.
Our Unsecured business revenue financing is perfect for a business that has consistent revenue that is verifiable through business bank statements. You do not need good credit to be approved. Nor do you need to have any collateral to qualify. If your business has steady
revenue, you might qualify right now. Approval amounts range from fifty-thousand dollars to one-hundred and fifty thousand dollars and are based on the amount of annual revenue your business has now. You can typically be approved for revenue financing for as much as 4-8% of your total annual income. Most payback terms range from 3-18 months, and your interest rate and payments are fixed, helping insure your payments are predictable from month to month. You can also renew your loan and secure even more money once your initial loan is paid down by 45%.
Business revenue financing is much easier to qualify for than conventional loans. You can easily be approved if your business has been open for more than one year and if your
business earns over $150,000 in annual revenue. Our business revenue financing program is much more affordable than high risk merchant advances. And unlike merchant advances, with our revenue financing you will not need to switch your merchant accounts. And the interest you pay is 100% tax deductible. This makes it even more affordable for you to access the money you want and need to grow your business.
You can qualify for our business revenue financing program even if you have challenged personal credit now. Unlike SBA loans which require a 620 credit score to qualify, with
revenue financing you can be approved with a FICO credit score as low as 500.
Business revenue financing is a perfect way for you to obtain business financing quickly and with little hassles, even if you have challenged personal credit now.
Trevana Properties is a placement company working with a variety of hedge funds, REIT's, commercial banks, specialty boutique lenders, private investors and other funding sources not widely known to the general public.