Asset-based lending is the kind of lending secured by an asset. Asset meaning, but not limited to, owned property, equipment, inventory, accounts receivables, etc...  

In this sense, a mortgage is an example of an asset-based loan. More commonly, however, the phrase is used to describe lending to businesses and large corporations using assets not normally used in other types of loans.

Revolving Line of Credit

Our LOC is a revolving line of credit secured by accounts receivable, matching your loan repayment with your customers' payment terms. It has a bank-like feel and is used for your working capital needs. This is the right fit for clients who are looking to maximize the amount of liquidity they need for working capital and/or do not want their lender to be contacting their customers (“non-notification”).

Loan Sizes

$250,000 to $10 Million


Starting at 9.99%


12 to 24 months with an option to renew


How does it work?

  • As you invoice your eligible customers, we advance up to 85% on their invoices.

  • You can draw the money through immediately! It's that simple!

  • When your customers pay, your loan balance is reduced. The line of credit grows along with your business.

Short Term Advance

Short term advance in addition to your LOC or Flex line. We understand that sometimes you have short term needs that exceed your working capital availability. Whether it’s an unexpected expense, delayed customer payments, seasonal orders, or high growth periods, Stretch is a supplemental loan to help you through these temporary needs.

Stretch Loan Size

  • $10,000 - $1 Million


  • 1 to 12 months

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