We pride ourselves in offering tailored, customized commercial loan packages for each individual business, and we are committed to providing the best terms and most competitive rates and fees to our clients.
Our continual success in being one of the leading commercial/industrial/mixed-use lender in San Francisco is a result of this benchmark.
We provide an array of financial solutions that encompass the varying criteria in commercial loans. Check out some of the benefits in selecting Val-Chris as your commercial or industrial lender here:
- Working capital
- Acquisition financing
- Growth capital
- Management buyouts
- Debt refinancing
- Debtor-in-possession financing
- Confirmation plan financing
Finding a Commercial Loan, The Right Fit
Regardless of their financial situation, we are committed to helping our clients achieve their business goals. Our account executives are dedicated to securing the most competitive commercial or industrial loans, with the best terms and conditions.
Cash Flow Financing Loan
A cash flow loan is a form of cash flow financing that enables a company to borrow money using its projected income as collateral, rather than its assets. To determine the measures of eligibility for financing, we typically examine the company’s competitive position, general management, and operating strength. This type of loan is best suited for businesses that experience seasonality, and companies that want to take advantage of unplanned opportunities.
Stretch Asset-Based Loans and Hybrids
Stretch asset-based loans and hybrids are usually intended for specific credit needs. They combine cash flow and asset-based lending in one credit facility. The loan approved on the cash flow coverage is usually managed with financial covenants, while the asset-based part is supported by the collateral coverage, monitored on a monthly borrowing basis.
Schedule a Consultation
For additional information regarding commercial lending, please visit our contact page or contact us directly to discuss any questions or concerns. Our account executives are standing by to help you find the lending option that best suits your business needs.