Business Cash Advances Benefit Restaurant Owners

Posted in: Business Cash Advance, National Economy
By US Business Finance Corp.
Jul 23, 2012 - 11:09:24 AM

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Self-employed business owners are one of the largest market segments utilizing subprime loans and business cash advances. Prime loans are helpful to those with set incomes treading the 9 to 5 employee path or very well established business. For entrepreneurs, such as restaurant owners pursuing their passion, the element of risk is a factor affecting their cash flow. That element of risk translates into the lending world as higher interest and higher monthly payments for subprime loans, whose qualification levels have increased dramatically recently. Business owners know freedom never comes cheap.

For example, restaurateurs do have a bankable asset in their future sales to their patrons. Over the course of a week sales usually have their up days and down days, but over the course of a month, restaurants can establish an average monthly sales volume. Business cash advances are not based on the restaurant entrepreneur’s personal income, or the value of the restaurant's assets. The cash advance amount is derived from future sales that the restaurant's patrons pay for with their VISA or MasterCard credit cards. The cash advance is based on the real sales of each business.

A restaurant owner working with a bank for a loan may feel frustrated by the loan requirements, will find trying to get a cash advance very different. Cash advances offer a ready path of working capital infusion in an amazingly short period. US Business Finance Corp has an 94% approval rate for small businesses applying for cash advances and usually has the funds to the owner within 5 to 10 working days.

With the cash advance option, a percentage of the restaurant's future credit card sales goes to paying the cash advance. This important difference means the restaurateur doesn't have to worry about making a fixed level of payments, which may or may not be tough dependent on their restaurant's current sales cycle. As business picks up, the cash advance is paid off sooner. Generally, a cash advance is paid off in six months, with the ability to go out as far as twelve months.

Timing is crucial in the financial cycles of small businesses, especially restaurants that are at the mercy of tourist seasons or the fickleness of the weather. In lean times, a business cash advance can keep the operation open and in business and then be retired when the season starts and business hits its peak. The cash advance financial option provides security and stability form many businesses.

US Business Finance Corp has been the champion of small business owners like restaurateurs and understands the tensions on the road from launch to success and prosperity. It knows that small businesses need business financing help when business looks tough - right at the time traditional lending institutions decide to take their "come and talk to us after you get out of this financial difficulty" attitude. If your business runs into a financial obstacle, be sure to consider the alternative lending routes US Business Finance has used to help entrepreneurs successfully navigate their short-term rocky financial waters. We are here to help you win and prosper.