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Business Lines of Credit


Business lines of credit provides you with accessible funds, when you need it, although ters vary from bank to bank.  Franklin Merchant Capital has loan specialists that are experts in banking, and match your business and needs with the correct business line of credit. 

You can draw on your line of credit for working capital, or to buy inventory, handle seasonal cash flows, pay off other debts, or address almost any other business need. The  primary purpose of a line of credit is to help finance ongoing operating expenses and provide a cash cushion when you need it.

Money for small business
Money for small business

That’s why the best time to apply for a line of credit is actually before you need it. Traditionally a line of credit is best for short-term financing needs, such as payroll, seasonal expenses or temporary cash flow shortages.

However, don’t tie up your line of credit paying for long-term financing needs. This means you wouldn’t have access to it in an emergency—which is one of the biggest benefits of a line of credit. For those type of long-term investments you should talk to us about capital loans or restructuring loans

Business Lines of Credit

If you’re a business owner in need of open-ended access to credit for ongoing needs, then a business line of credit might be the solution for you.

  • Flexible revolving credit lines starting at $10,000
  • Competitive variable rate based on the prime rate (we also consider your overall business relationship with Franklin Merchant Capital)
  • Fast, easy access to funds whenever you need them—online, over the phone or in a financial center
  • Pay no interest until you draw funds
  • Pay in full or over time
  • Your line of credit may be…
    • Unsecured (borrow $100,000 or less)
    • Secured with a blanket lien on your assets
    • Secured with a certificate of deposit (borrow up to 100% of the CD value)


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