An option to get you what you need for your business
Most loans fall into one of two categories – secured or unsecured. An unsecured business loan is exactly what it sounds like, meaning it’s not secured against any property or assets.
There are a few extra risks for the lender that come with an unsecured loan. If the person or business with the loan fails to make payments, the lender can’t claim assets or property. And since these sorts of loans are a bigger risk for a lender, it usually means they come with a higher interest rate.
That’s not to say they’re a bad option. Sometimes they’re the best option for a new business that hasn’t had the chance to build up assets or collateral to secure a loan with.
How it works
With an unsecured business loan, an amount is lent against the cash flow of a business, so it’s often a better option for businesses who provide a profitable service without the need for equipment or assets. An unsecured business loan can either be in the form of a traditional loan with a specified term and a fixed interest rate, or as a line of credit with a variable interest rate.
You’ll need to be able to prove consistent monthly revenue for a business loan like this, and there is usually other criteria to meet. This can include having a viable credit rating, a guarantee to ensure that the loan will be repaid, or evidence of a minimum of 12 months of trading.
Are there other options?
Yes. We can talk you through secured or unsecured business loans, an overdraft, or a small business line of credit, too. Aussie’s lender panel has a range of business finance products, so get in touch with us today to talk about what’s best for your business.
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Applying for an unsecured business loan with an Aussie broker is quick and easy, just get in touch with us for a quote, more information or to apply. Call us today on 1300 44 55 66 or enquire online today.