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Improve Your Business Loan Fundability

As a business owner, small business loans are an essential aspect of your operations. Without them, you may not have the capital needed to grow and expand. However, obtaining enough from your lender can be a difficult task, especially if you haven’t been in business for very long. If you are struggling to increase your business’ fundability for needed capital, there are several ways in which you can do this.

Lender Compliance

This refers to whether or not you meet your lender’s guidelines for funding. If you are interested in obtaining small business loans through a certain lender, researcher their guidelines for funding before you even set up a meeting. If you cannot meet their funding requirements, you may want to consider researching other capital providers to work with. If you desire to still work with the same lender, start working to refine your business’ fundability and eventually meet your lender’s specific criteria.

Credit Score

Your business’ credit score is extremely important to your business’ overall fundability. If your business’ credit score is subpar, because you are just starting out or because you recently overcame a period of financial insecurity, you may want to wait to obtain a loan until you have improved your rating. You can do this by paying off any outstanding debts, making sure that your vendors are reporting payments, making your payments on time, and avoiding other lines of credit. Keep in mind that improving your business’ credit score will not happen overnight and will likely take weeks, or even months, to accomplish.


Your business’ viability is measured by your business’ ongoing profits in addition to its long-term survival. If your business has been around for a long time, your viability should exhibit a strong history of visibility in your market and steady profits. However, if your business is new in its industry, one way to improve your viability and ultimately look better to lenders is to create a business plan that makes sense. This plan should include profit projections that span over the next two to three years that are based on realistic assumptions and also take into account the state of the market. The main point of creating one of these plans is to prove to your lender that you will be able to make payments and pay off the entirety of the loan.

When it comes to small business loans, there are also many more factors that can improve or decrease your company’s fundability. Before you go and apply for funding, you may want to consider what types of things impact your chances for a loan and work to improve any weaknesses.

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