Alternative financing options from Capital Pro Partners gets you the funding you need, when you need it. Without the need to rely on traditional bank financing – and all the restrictions that accompany those programs – you can borrow money more quickly and easily than you otherwise might.
When the major banks say, “no,” Capital Pro Partners goes in search of the funding sources that will say, “yes.”
Whether you need alternative financing for real estate, to cover a capital shortfall, to expand or acquire a business, or any other purpose you can imagine, trust our team of experts to find the right loan program for you.
Bridge financing is designed to bridge the gap between acquisitions and permanent, long-term funding or disposition of the asset. Typically used for real estate-secured loans, we can get a bridge loan closed quickly for you, with minimal hassle.
Asset Based Loans
Asset-based loans are the ideal solution when you cannot (or choose not to) qualify based on individual or business credit worthiness. Asset-based loans can be used for real property purchases, equipment financing, commercial factoring and more.
Commercial Factoring Lines of Credit
Turn your accounts receivable into cash with commercial factoring. Commercial factoring, also known as accounts receivable factoring, is a type of asset-based loan that gets you the funds you need quickly and easily. Your access to funds will rely on your outstanding AR, rather than credit rating or other traditional metrics.
If you have debt that is structured in a way that simply doesn’t make sense for you, let us assist you with commercial debt refinance. We can also assist you with debt restructuring, helping you reduce payments, extend terms and get your business back on track.
Hard Money Loans
Although every borrower wants the lowest interest rate possible, sometimes utilizing hard money solves a problem that you cannot otherwise broach. Hard money loans are dependent on the asset(s) used to collateralize the loan, rather than the borrower’s credit. These loans are typically limited in term but can close quickly with minimal hassle.