Commercial Financing Simple
Sometimes you just need a little more. When you need to expand on collateral for a loan, our Stretch product can help fill that gap. When cash availability against invoices is tight, we can advance you the extra piece that makes all the difference. Stretch Financing gives you a nudge over the finish line when you are very close but not quite there. When other lenders can’t make it work, Benchmarq can add Stretch Financing to any core product and give you the full line of credit you deserve.
What is stretch financing?
Benchmarq Capital provides stretch financing as an over advance to help give small to medium-sized businesses a little extra boost for their credit line needs. For example, if your company has $80,000 worth of invoices, but to meet your financial needs you need an advance of $85,000, stretch financing can augment your invoice factoring loan. We can help meet your financial needs when other lenders will not!
Qualifying for stretch financing
Small to medium-sized businesses will be required to provide applicable financing information for our business financing experts to properly vet the loan. A couple of the other qualifications include having good credit, and clean financial & tax backgrounds. If we find that your small to medium-sized business meets these qualifications, then you will be that much closer to getting the capital you need to keep profitable and grow your business!
Apply for stretch financing now!
Applying for our business financing loans can be completed in a few simples steps since there’s no difficult paperwork. Benchmarq Capital experts are a quick call or email away, and ready to make the process as easy as possible so you can get the capital you need to help boost your company’s profits!
Stretch Financing Highlights
Add-on to our core product
Extra cash flow
Stretch Financing Guidelines
Up to $ 2,00,000
How Stretch Financing Compares
Take a look at our offerings, and see how we can help. We offer Stretch Financing from the low 6 figures to 7 figures, plus. From higher reporting to lower risk, and borrowing base to invoice purchase, somewhere on that chart is a loan for your company.