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Product Comparison

TermSBA LoanTerm LoanLine of CreditMerchant Cash AdvanceInvoice FinancingEquipment FinancingAsset Based LendingFix and Flip
Time in Business3+ Years1+ Years6+ Months6+ Months6+ Months12+ Months12+ Months3 Successful flips
Credit Score650600600480N/A600600550
Loan Amount$30,000 – $5,000,000$20,000 – $500,000$1,000 – $250,000$10,000 – $500,000Up to 90% of InvoiceUp to 100% of Equipment$50,000 – $2,000,000Up to 90% of Purchase + Rehab
Loan Term10-25 Years1-3 Years6-12 Months4-18 Months1-2 Years12-60 Months6-18 MonthsUp to 2 years
Time for Funding1 Month2 Weeks24 Hours24 Hours3 Days2 Weeks3 Weeks1 Month
Hard Collateral RequiredNoNoNoNoNoYesYesYes

The REIL Advantage

As a family owned and operated company, we know how much your small business means to you. That’s why we’re committed to providing a cost-effective, fast, and simple process to finance your business and assist the growth of your company. At REIL, we offer a personalized service, which provides small business owners with a customized funding solution in a friendly yet expedited manner. When you partner with REIL Capital, you can secure same-day funds for your small business with the trusted care it deserves.

Offering Personalized, Attentive and Supportive Customer Support

REIL is a family owned and operated business that prides itself on offering personalized, attentive service to all of our customers. Unlike other business lenders, each of our clients are paired with a REIL Capital Specialist, and stay with them for the duration of the financing and all future renewals. REILs representatives actively interact with our customers to get to know and understand their needs. We work tirelessly in order to offer our clients the best products to suit their needs.

Responsible and Honest

REIL is dedicated to providing transparent information to our customers in order for them to understand their funding terms and make an informed decision whether a certain product suits their needs. At REIL, we are committed to providing fair and honest financing to our customers in order to help them achieve their business goals.

The Golden Rule

REIL Capital instills family values into all of our representatives by following the Golden Rule: treat our clients as we would like to be treated. REIL greatly appreciates each business owner that places their trust in our firm, and in turn, we help each business prosper and achieve their business objectives. REIL works day and night to build an honest and trusting relationship with all of our cilents.

Borrower Education

REIL believes in being transparent and educational throughout the funding process so that each of business owner can make informed decisions to enhance business growth. Our Capital Specialists provide an in depth understanding of each product line so that our clients understand rates, requirements, term lengths, and the reasons why each funding option makes sense for their business needs.

Protecting your Privacy

We understand that your privacy is important. So we have made it a top priority to protect our clients’ privacy when they entrust us with their business’ sensitive information. We maintains a safe and secure process to ensure that all documents and records are kept confidential.

Glossary of Funding Terms

  • Accounts Receivable: Money that is owed to the company from clients and customers.
  • Annual Percentage Rate: APR is the annualized interest rate that is paid back on a funded amount.
  • Assets: Within the context of borrowing, an asset is something of value, owned by the borrower which can be used as collateral by a lender.
  • Capital : Wealth in the form of money or other assets owned by a person or organization that is available for business expenses and growing the business
  • Cash Flow: The average of capital in a business after the day-to-day expenses are paid out.
  • Collateral: An asset, or assets, a borrower offers to a lender to secure a loan. The lender can take possession of these assets if the borrower defaults on the loan.
  • Default: Failure to make the agreed upon periodic payments on a loan. It is both the lender and borrowers responsibility to mitigate risk and keep defaults to a minimum.
  • Factor Rate: A factor rate is given in decimal percentage and is based on your businesses industry, credit, cash flow and time in business. The factor rate is calculated by dividing the financing cost by the principal.
  • Fixed Asset: A long term piece of property that is used to generate income. Fixed assets are not expected to be converted to cash within a year but can be used as collateral.
  • Gross Profit: What is left over when the total cost of making and selling a product is subtracted from the total revenue.
  • Loan-to-value (LTV): The ratio of loan to the value of the asset purchased. The value of the asset is usually determined by an appraiser.
  • Liabilities: A business debts or obligations, which can be resolved in the form of payments or the transfer of goods or services.
  • Lien: A right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt owed by that person is discharged
  • Margins: The difference between the sellers cost for acquiring products and the selling price. When margins are high it often makes sense increase inventory.
  • Personal Guarantee: A guarantee to make an individual personally liable for payment if the business does not pay agreed upon amount.
  • Principal: The initial amount of money being borrowed. This is also referred to as the funding amount.
  • Refinance: Replacing existing financing with a new funding option that usually has more beneficial provisions such as lower payments and longer term length.
  • Secured Funding: A financing option where the borrower puts forth collateral in the event they should default.
  • Term: The duration of time for which a borrower is allotted to pay back financing provisions. Unlike traditional banks that penalize you for paying early, we often provide a prepayment discount that benefits quick payers.
  • Unsecured Funding: A financing option where the borrower is not required to put up collateral. There often must be a personal guarantee to mitigate risk.