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Commercial Lending Loan


Businesses often turn to commercial loans when they need access to extra working capital.

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How does a commercial lending loan work?

Because many businesses are cyclical, there will be times when you won't have access to enough working capital to meet your business's needs or goals. One commonly used option is to secure a commercial loan to fill gaps in working capital and hire and train staff, increase inventory, invest in equipment or launch new marketing promotions.

Commercial lending is any loan extended to a business rather than to a consumer or individual. Commercial loans can range from short-term (30 days to one year) to long-term (15 to 30 years) and can be secured (backed by collateral) or unsecured. Unlike personal loans, traditional lenders usually require the commercial borrowers to submit extensive financial statements and to maintain insurance on the financed item(s).

How can my business benefit from a commercial lending loan?

Any business can benefit from having an ongoing source of funding to keep your business running smoothly and profitably. Some specific examples of ways your business can benefit from a commercial lending loan include the following:

  • Upgrade office technology
  • Invest in equipment
  • Create a new marketing campaign
  • Hire additional employees

How can I get a commercial lending loan?

Merchant cash advances offer benefits to small businesses, including payment schedule – you only pay back your advance when your business makes sales. If you have had strong sales but struggle with little or bad credit, a merchant cash advance may be a good option for your business.

What do I need to do to get a merchant cash advance?

While taking out a commercial loan can provide an infusion of working capital, it can take days to get approval from a traditional lender and only provides a one-time solution for gaps in cash flow.

If you're looking for the security of working capital available when you need it, consider a line of credit from Kabbage Funding™. Kabbage Funding offers revolving credit lines for small businesses up to $250,000. We look at the overall performance of your business through our online, automated approval process and can help you avoid the extensive paperwork and wait times required by traditional lenders.

Why Kabbage

Flexible Funds
You decide when to use your funds and how much to take. As long as you have available funds, you can withdraw every time you need capital.
Transparent Terms
Kabbage Funding™ loans have simple, monthly payments with no origination fees or prepayment penalties. You can review your payment schedule before taking a loan so there won't be any surprises.
Simple Process
Securely link your business information online to get an automatic financial review. This lets us evaluate your business right away without requiring you to track down financial statements.
Convenient Access
Withdraw from your line by logging into your computer, using our mobile app or swiping your Kabbage Card. You'll have the security of a line of credit you can use whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Trusted by Thousands
Kabbage customers have securely connected more than 1 million data sources. We’re A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and certified for our commitment to customer privacy.
Personal Service
From applying to managing your account and making the most of your capital, our in-house team of experts is here to help when you need it.

Important update regarding existing loans

In connection with American Express’s acquisition of Kabbage, the K Servicing site has been established to maintain consistency in the way you manage existing loans.

Your outstanding loans will continue to be managed by K Servicing for Kabbage1

If you have outstanding loans as of October 16, 2020, log into K Servicing using your current Kabbage username and password to manage:

  • Kabbage Funding loans1
  • SBA loans taken through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), including loan forgiveness2

Kabbage’s pre-existing loan portfolio was not included in the acquisition.