FAQ's

Though there are several different types of small business loan products out there and lenders that offer them, some are a better fit for your business than others. Each loan usually comes with its own set of qualifying criteria, benefits and drawbacks. Some of the loans called Small Business Loan (SBL), Credit Line, Govt Guaranteed Loan, Term Loan, etc.
That all depends upon the type of loan you're looking for, most of the time you need business plan for the business loans.
A line of credit is a revolving loan that provides a pre-determined capital limit that can be accesses as needed. The business line of credit allowed against the Inventory and receivables.
It's common practice for lenders to require a personal guarantee from the business owner(s) to protect the lender should the business default on the loan.
Most start-ups and existing for-profit small businesses in Canada with gross revenues of $10 million or less are eligible to apply for loans under this program. Such businesses can be corporations, sole proprietors, partnerships or cooperatives.
It is up to the borrower and lender to negotiate an appropriate amount of financing. The maximum loan amount a borrower can access under this program is $1 million, of which no more than $350,000 can be used to finance the purchase or improvement of equipment and the purchase of leasehold improvements.
​Traditionally, construction loans are done two different ways. The first option is a construction-only mortgage and the second option is a construction- take out mortgage.
A commercial real estate loan is a loan that is secured by commercial real estate (office, retail, hotel, motel, buildings, revenue generating vacant land, etc.)
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  • In how the business to be structured.
  • To register your business or incorporate your new company.
  • Strategic business planning and ongoing management support.
  • In managing book keeping, accounting,and financial reporting requirements.
  • Various aspects of Tax Planning.