If you are buying a business, constructing a building, expanding a business, merging a business, need equipment, or simply need a jolt of working capital, Elan Capital has more funding choices and more business solutions than you can imagine. So whether it's a machinery loan, equipment lease or cutting through the red tape for a SBA loan, Elan Capital has you covered. Through our Global Network we have provided capital for hundreds of start-up and existing businesses nationwide.
Every business has five major components necessary to operate. These are personnel, equipment, housing, products and services, and last but most vital, is capital. It takes capital to get the other four. Business owners often fear banks and commercial finance companies. This fear has its foundation in a lack of lender knowledge. Elan Capital knows the ways of these lenders and has the contacts to secure financing for virtually any type of business, for nearly any reason or need.
The deregulation of the banking industry has made new choices available that never existed before. One of these is the availability of money through non-traditional lending sources. The types of business loans vary to your specific business needs. Elan Capital can give your business access to all of hundreds of types of financing and more. With just one phone call you, can have dozens of lending sources competing for your loan.
The bottom line is our business financing networks expand your ability to acquire capital well beyond the scope of local neighborhood or commercial bankers. By using Elan Capital, your stage becomes global in reach. Elan will use these networks to bring you the broadest number of ways to secure working capital for your business. An Elan business consultant can give you access to hundreds of solutions for virtually any business need.
Elan Capital - Business Funding; More Choices, More Solutions
Unlike your local banker, Elan Capital has hundreds of programs, available for our clients. By having access to an Elan Capital Consultant, you gain access to hundreds of business funding sources across the United States as well as Canada, Australia, South America, and the U.K. These funding sources are monitored daily for the best interest rates and terms available to your business.
When most people think about starting a business, they tend to think of beginning from scratch, developing your own ideas and building the company from the ground up. But starting from scratch presents some distinct disadvantages, including the difficulty of building a customer base, building banking and financial lines of credit, hiring all new employees and establishing a steady cash flow...all without any market history, a track record or reputation to go on. In short, it's more advantageous from many angles, to buy an established business.
While developing an idea to start a business takes time, selling that same business is just as complicated, if not more so. During a sale, business owners have key financial and emotional considerations, like figuring out what to do once they don't own that business anymore and developing a personal financial plan. But business owners know how to run a successful business, in order to have a successful end, here are some tips on selling your business.
The prestigious Business Finance Consultant (BFC) designation is awarded by The Loan Consultants, Inc. to their nationwide network of independently owned and operated loan brokerage companies. Elan Capital, Inc; BFC, offers highly personalized services and help to cut through the red tape that is often involved in securing business loans from banks and other lending institutions.
You save time by having your loan or lease directed to the most appropriate funding source. You are not limited to one funding source. A bank has one program, Elan Capital has hundreds of programs, available for their clients. By having access to an Elan Capital Consultant you have access to hundreds of funding sources across the United States as well as Canada, Australia, South America, and the U.K. These funding sources are monitored daily for the best interest rates and terms available to your business.
Often the price of a business loan is stated in terms of an interest rate, points and other fees. A point is a fee that equals 1 percent of the loan amount. Points are usually paid to the lender, Elan Capital, Inc, or both, at the settlement.