Cash Flow Financing is a type of business financing in which a loan is made to a business that is backed by the business’ expected future cash flows.
The business may use the Cash Flow Loan for its day-to-day business operations.
Usually a Cash Flow Loan will tend to have very high interest rates, this is due to the less than normal demanding eligibility requirements
that banks require, also because of the lack of collateral requirement to receive a Cash Flow Loan because a CFL Requires No Collateral.
No business credit score is required yet a business can build its credit through the making of timely monthly payments on their Cash Flow Loan.
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Cash Flow Loans are never considered to be conventional as bank loans, that entail an indepth credit analysis of a business.
Rather with Cash Flow Financing, the Cash Flow Lender makes a professional assessment of the cash flow generated by a business and then looks closely at the capacity of the business (borrower) to repay the loan when determining the terms of a Cash Flow Loan.
The three cash flow types that are analyzed and tracked to determine the liquidity and solvency of a business are the cash flows from operating activities (monthly cash flows), the cash flows from the financing activities of a business and also from its investing activities.
These are included on the cash flow statement of a business.
Financing cash flows for a business arise when a business raises funds through its debt or equity and then repays that debt.
Institutional Banks make their lending decisions based on a combination of factors that include the credit history of a business, how much the owner/owners have invested in their business, the collateral they have to offer, and the profit and cash flow of their business.
After all this the owner/owners might finally be able to qualify for a traditional bank loan.
A business can obtain a Cash Flow Loan even when their credit is less than what a bank would consider appropriate to qualify for any loan.
The Cash Flow Loan application process is fairly easy and a decision about qualification for a Cash Flow Loan is provided within one to three business days.
Usually a Cash Flow Lender, will allow an approved business to borrow from between five thousand to two hundred thousand dollars.
Cash Flow Loans are a type of “unsecured business loan,” meaning a business does not need any collateral like a bank would require in order to be approved for a Cash Flow Loan.
Cash Flow lenders will require some security in order to lower their risk of losing their investment if a business were to default on the Cash Flow Loan.
To do this the Cash Flow Lender will put a general lien on the entire business.
The owner/owners will then have to sign a personal guarantee for the Cash Flow Loan, meaning if the business should not repay the Cash Flow Loan, then the owner/owners will be held legally responsible to do so.
Cash Flow lenders also cover their increased risk of providing Cash Flow Loans when they take the Cash Flow Loan payments directly out of the business’ financial (bank) account thus making sure the Cash Flow Lenders are repaid with interest.
Cash Flow Lenders use the cash flow statement of a business, along with the business’ Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable, in order to project the business’ future cash flows and then they set the terms of the Cash Flow Loan.
As the business brings in funds from their sales made to their customers on a monthly bases, from these funds the business repays the Cash Flow Lender for a set agreed upon term.
The business repays their Cash Flow Loan with the approved interest through their monthly payments to the Cash Flow Lender until the Cash Flow Loan is repaid in full.
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