Grow, Expand, Improve – With Long-Term Financing for Your Business
Whether you’re looking to acquire new equipment, expand your inventory or open in new locations, a term loan can help you achieve the big goals you have for your business.
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A Term Loan Is Commonly Used For:
- Purchasing or renovating business property
- Purchasing, installing or modernizing business equipment or other capital assets
- Refinancing existing debt to streamline your cash flow and management of payments
Fixed Rate Loans
- Stabilize your cash flow with predictable and consistent payments
- Maintain your loan carrying cost when interest rates rise so that you always know what your costs are and can manage your finances accordingly.
- Accelerate your principle repayment with 10% prepayment privileges annually
- Starting at $10,000
Variable Rate Loans
- Benefit from lower interest rates immediately if the prime rate changes
- Protect your cash flow and convert to a fixed rate term loan if the prime rate rises
- Prepayments, either partial or in full, can be made anytime without penalty
- Starting at $5,000
What Else Do You Need to Know?
These loans are typically secured for a term up to 7 years but not exceeding the useful life of what is being financed.
Maximum amortization of up to 25 years when financing real estate depending on the type of property.
Available in Canadian funds only.
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