Getting small business funding can be difficult. A low credit score, cash flow problems, or lack of collateral can prevent you from getting the funding you need to need to take your company to the next level. That is where Balboa Capital comes in. We are a technology-driven business lender that is transforming small business lending. We have a variety of small business funding options to choose from, and applying for them is easy.
If your application is approved and you decide to move forward, one of our helpful account managers will contact you to discuss your options and answer any questions you have. It is small business funding made simple, and it is available right here, right now.
We completed a $201 million securitization in November, 2020. This significantly increases our lending capacity and allows us to continue supporting small business owners like you who need growth capital to purchase equipment, technology, and vehicles, and to cover the cost of expansion initiatives, inventory and day-to-day operating expenses.
You can apply online for any of the business funding products that we offer. We keep our applications simple and straightforward.
Our streamlined process speeds up the credit decision process. You will not wait long to see much you may qualify for.
If your application is approved and you decide to move forward, you will get your funds quickly. We have fast turnaround times.
Small business owners, equipment vendors, franchise owners, and middle market executives nationwide look to Balboa Capital for growth capital.
Our commitment to fast, dependable funding and great service has helped us achieve an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We also have a number of customer testimonials in video format that give you insight into what it is like to work with us.
Knowing your EBITDA is vital to your company’s investment plans and operating decisions. So, it is important that you gain an understanding of EBITDA, and learn how to calculate it and interpret the results. This Balboa Capital blog post answers the question, “what is EBITDA?” and provides you with the helpful information you need.