Unsecured Business Loans

Unsecured loans sound risky, but they can provide protection for your business's assets. We are here to help you understand the tradeoffs with this and many other types of financing.

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Lenders on our Network are eager to fund businesses like yours. With Biz2Credit's BizConnect lender network, find out in less than four (4) minutes how many of them would approve your business for unsecured business loan.

At first glance, unsecured business loans sound like a big risk. Whereas secured business loans are taken against a borrower's assets, unsecured business loans require no collateral. Because the lender takes on greater risk, unsecured business loan rates often come with higher interest rates than secured ones do.

Defaulting on a secured loan means you could risk losing whatever assets you've put up for collateral. Unsecured business funding, while more costly, can keep your assets out of the hands of your creditors. And if you've got good credit and a solid business plan, chances are that an unsecured loan may be a good choice for you.

At Biz2Credit, we can help you decide whether an unsecured loan is right for you and your company. After collecting some preliminary information on your business' financial status, our loan specialists determine what loan products best meet the needs of your business.

Taking an unsecured loan with no capital can make all the difference in the future of your company, as it gives you the capital you need to grow your business. If you're looking to purchase new equipment, acquire a building or land, or expand your business to a new location, an extra source of capital can make these changes a lot more viable.

The bottom line? All businesses need capital to grow, and whether it's a corporate bond, or line of credit, unsecured loans can offer you the capital you need to help your business succeed. For more information, call 800-200-5678.

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How it works
  • Single Free Loan Application Step 1

    Complete a single free loan application.

  • Financing Options Step 2

    Get the best financing options available for your business.

  • Get Funds Step 3

    Get Funds!