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BrokeredIn is an easy-to-use, state of the art loan origination platform that allows brokers, realtors, residential bankers and other professionals to originate live quotes on commercial, residential investment and business loans.

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BUSINESS


ASSET BASED & TERM LOANS

One Application • Numerous Lenders • All the programs


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BUSSINESS LOANS:
Medium Term
Short Term
Merchant Cash Advance
Equipment Financing
Working Capital





BUSINESS LOANS

Small businesses are the backbone of America with 50% of U.S. businesses employing over 60 million people. In this platform we have the ability with our intuitive pricing engine you can utilize one dynamic funding application to get your client in front of the top business lenders in the country.

FUNDING TIME


49 to 72 hours
Less than 13 days
Less than 30 days

EARNINGS POTENTIAL


Up to 10 Points






LOANS



35% Complete (success)
20% Complete (warning)
10% Complete (danger)

$25,000 TO $100 Million













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Working capital loans are used to finance a company's everyday operations, not to buy long-term assets or investments and are instead, used to provide the working capital that covers a company's short-term operational needs. Typically, those needs can include things such as payroll, rent and debt payments. Simply put, they are used by companies to finance their daily operations.



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Merchant cash advances refer to loans received by companies or merchants from banks or alternative lenders. Typically, businesses with less-than-perfect credit use cash advances to finance their activities, and in some cases these advances are paid for with future credit card receipts or with a portion of the funds the business receives from sales in its online account. Rather than using a business’ credit score, alternative lenders often survey its creditworthiness by looking at multiple data points, including how much money the merchant receives through online accounts such as PayPal.
















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Equipment Financing is typically accomplished through an Equipment Trust Certificate (ETC). This is a debt instrument that allows a company to take possession of and enjoy the use of necessary equipment, while paying for it over time. The debt issue is secured by the equipment or physical assets, and title for the equipment is held by the lender.

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Revolving credit is a specific type of line of credit. Both are financing arrangements made between a lending institution and a business or an individual. The lender provides access to funds that the borrower can use at his discretion; it's like a flexible, open-ended loan. Revolving credit is very similar to a credit card; in fact, some institutions refer to a revolving credit agreement as a revolving line of credit. The lending institution grants you a maximum credit limit, which you can use to make purchases at any time and (usually) on any goods. Many small business owners and corporations use revolving credit to finance capital expansion or as a safeguard in the event of cash flow problems.

















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Non-revolving lines of credit have the same features as revolving credit (or revolving line of credit). A credit limit is established, funds can be used for a variety of purposes, interest is charged normally, and payments may be made at any time. There is one major exception: The pool of available credit does not replenish after payments are made. Once you pay off the line of credit in full, the account is closed and cannot be used again.


TERRITORY

National