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AmericaFundingLending.com (AFL) offers individuals and businesses worldwide financing solutions for commercial hard money bridge loans, unsecured start up loans, commercial real estate financing, accounts receivable financing, business cash advance, unsecured small business loans, personal loans, government guaranteed sba 7(a), sba 504 loans, working capital, equipment leasing financing, angel investors, venture capital, construction loans, debt consolidation loans, trade capital, import, export finance, freight bill finance, purchase order financing, payday loans for bad credit, medical factoring to start or expand your business in USA, South Africa, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Russia. No Fees Charged. Our website: www.americafundinglending.com. Twitter at http://twitter.com/startuploans. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AmericaFundingLending

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Start Up Loan

Are you ready to take control of your future and start your own business? Do you have a spectacular business idea that you know you could be successful and profitable? Have you been waiting for the right time to start your own company and be your own boss? Is that time now?

If you’re thinking about starting your own business, you are probably in need of a start up loan. Unless you have a significant amount of money saved up, a start up loan is the first step in turning the blueprints of your new business idea into a reality. With a start up business loan, you can get the tools you need to make your first start the right start. You can build a strong customer base right from the beginning, a key factor in initiating and maintaining a successful business.

A business loan gives you the startup funding you need, but getting a start up business loan can sometimes be more difficult than it seems. Most lenders today require collateral for small or large start up business loans, but collateral may be something you have never thought of before. When you obtained a mortgage, your home served as the collateral. When you got a car, the vehicle was the collateral. But when you’re seeking a new business loan, you probably don’t have the commercial collateral you need yet. Your only option then is to offer your personal assets as security for the loan—which is a risk you understandably may be hesitant about.