FAQ (frequently asked questions) are listed questions and answers, commonly asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic.
- What is The Web Lender?
The Web Lender is a specialist funding sourcing solutions corporation, providing capital raising services, both corporate and real estate, to a global client base.
- Does The Web Lender charge success fees?
One of the benefits of working with The Web Lender – you don’t pay success fees
- Does The Web Lender pay commission for referred business?
Yes. We pay 50% commission. Sign up for our Referral Reward Program
- Does The Web Lender facilitate international business financing?
- How do I request corporate finance from The Web Lender?
- What are the minimum and maximum finance amounts I can apply for via The Web Lender?
The minimum is $50,000 and there is no maximum
- How do I apply for real estate finance?
Residential, Commercial, and Raw Land. Apply for real estate finance here
- What business sectors does The Web Lender facilitate finance?
Accommodation, Aerospace, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Commercial Real Estate & Development, Construction, Energy, Entertainment, Health Care, Hotels, Infrastructure Development, IT/Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Mining, Natural Resources, Oil & Gas Exploration & Pipelines, Power Distribution, Power Generation, Power Plants, Residential Real Estate, and Renewable Energy
- How long does it take to receive funds?
That depends on you being able to meet the funder’s requirements
- Is cash flow an important determining factor?
Yes. Funders look for positive cash flow. Income and projected earnings are always scrutinized
- Is time in business a determining factor?
Generally yes but there are exceptions such as seed finance for startups
- What is Collateral?
Collateral is something you own that has value
- Do all funding institutions / investors require collateral?
It depends on the type of financing
- What are some of the financing types The Web Lender facilitates?
Acquisition Loans, Asset Finance, Bridge Loans, Business Credit Lines, Construction Loans, Corporate Finance, Debt Finance, EBITDA, Equipment Finance, Equity Finance, Factoring, Hard Money Loans, International Finance, Investment Funding, Joint Venture, Mezzanine Finance, Secured Loans, Term Loans, Trade Finance, Unsecured Loans, Venture Capital
- Where can I learn more about finance?
The Web Lender’s Finance Information page is full of educational information
- I have additional questions not listed here
THE WEB LENDER
The Web Lender exists to facilitate corporate and real estate finance
The FAQ format is commonly used on email mailing lists and other online forums, where certain common questions tend to recur. FAQ is an Internet textual tradition originating from the technical limitations of early mailing lists from NASA in the early 1980s. The first FAQ developed over several pre-Web years, starting from 1982 when storage was expensive. The “FAQ” is an Internet textual tradition originating from the technical limitations of early mailing lists from NASA in the early 1980s. The first FAQ developed over several pre-Web years, starting from 1982 when storage was expensive. On ARPANET’s SPACE mailing list, the presumption was that new users would download archived past messages through FTP. In practice this rarely happened, and the users tended to post questions to the mailing list instead of searching its archives. Repeating the “right” answers became tedious, and went against developing netiquette. A series of different measures were set up by loosely affiliated groups of computer system administrators, from regularly posted messages to netlib-like query email daemons. The acronym FAQ was developed between 1982 and 1985 by Eugene Miya of NASA for the SPACE mailing list. The format was then picked up on other mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups. Posting frequency changed to monthly, and finally weekly and daily across a variety of mailing lists and newsgroups. The first person to post a weekly FAQ was Jef Poskanzer to the Usenet net.graphics/comp.graphics newsgroups. Eugene Miya experimented with the first daily FAQ.