How to Qualify for an Easy Business LoanHow to Qualify for an Easy Business Loan
The Approval Process
There are just 3 easy steps to getting a business loan:
- Complete our obligation-free check to see if you qualify for a loan
- Fill in your simple online application form
- If it seems like you will qualify for a loan, we will match you with the right lender!
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Depending on the loan, you may be asked for business documents such as:
- Bank statements
- Merchant statements
- Proof of identity
If your documents are in order and your application is then approved by your chosen lender, you will generally receive the funds directly into your bank account within a few days.
Choose a Reputable Lender
Applying for a loan from a reputable lender is very important. Become is a premium business loan marketplace that can help you get a quick and easy loan for your business. Through our partnerships with leading business lenders in Australia, we bring you multiple loan offers through one simple application. Our proprietary technology will match you to the right loan for your business.
Do you Fit the Profile?
Unsecured loans are granted by our lending partners for any business purpose, to any type of small to medium-sized enterprise. To receive a quote, you need to meet the following minimum criteria:
- Your business needs to have been actively trading for at least 6 months
- Your average monthly turnover for the past 6 months needs to be at least $4,000
Click here to apply. It shouldn’t take you more than 60 seconds.
An unsecured business loan can be very appealing to business owners, as there is no need to put up assets as security. We also find that the entire loan process is simpler than that of a traditional loan.
Disclaimer: The above information is of a general nature. Before receiving a business loan you should consider the loan agreement and finance documents provided by the lender, and whether the loan is suitable for your business.