Case Details

Project Description

Lending Connect found an unsecured business loan for this supermarket in TAS, Australia, with our lender Bizcap. The loan for this supermarket will help our clients to buy new equipment and renovate his store to grow his small business.

Lending Connect  is a leading and trusted finance broker in Australia. Thanks to our knowledge our team can also provide the best solution and the best lender who meets your needs.

In addition, we offer a free consultation and we can guide you through a pre-approval process to better understand the available lending solutions.

Moreover, we are specialized in providing funds in our clients’ bank account within 24 hours.

  • Client industry: Supermarket
  • Client location: Tasmania (Australia)
  • Finance Product: Unsecured Business Loan
  • Finance Broker: Lending Connect
  • Lender: Bizcap


Unsecured Business Loan

Advantages of an unsecured loan

An unsecured business loan gives you the opportunity to borrow funds for business purposes without the need to provide collateral as security. These type of loan have high interest rate since they allow the borrower to obtain loans without collateral. Despite that, they are easy to obtain and with quick approval.

In conclusion, if you want to expand your activity or to purchase stock, machinery, or equipment  without any asset as security, this loan could be the way.

how to apply for our business loans
  • 100% free consultation
  • Up to $250k without collateral
  • Typically 12-month term (minimum of 3 months)
  • 24-hours funding process
  • Ideal for any business purpose
  • Quick approval process
  • Relationship building with a lender
  • No personal or business collateral required

Apply for a business loan without collateral

Do you need funds to support your daily activity or your business grow? Our experienced team can help you with the loan requirements and understand your finance situation.

Get in touch with one of our specialist to see if you qualify.

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