The Web Lender Portal exists to facilitate corporate finance worldwide. The Web Lender Portal is not a direct lender. It is a liaison to diversified funders and financiers worldwide.
- Does The Web Lender Portal charge service fees?
As is customary in the finance sector, a service fee is charged for consultation, preparation, processing, evaluation and due diligence of your project and financial needs.
- Does The Web Lender Portal also charge a success fee?
No we do not. The only fee you pay is the service fee.
- How do I apply for business finance?
Easy! Submit a finance request by clicking here.
- What are the minimum and maximum finance amounts I can request via The Web Lender Portal?
The minimum is $50,000. There is no maximum. All requests must be USD.
- Does The Web Lender Portal facilitate real estate finance?
Yes we do.
- What sectors does The Web Lender Portal 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, and Renewable Energy.
- When will I receive the finance?
Good question, but not a question for The Web Lender Portal. This is a question for a funder.
- Is cash flow an important qualifying factor?
Usually yes. Funders look for positive cash flow. Income and projected earnings are always scrutinized.
- Is approval dependent upon time in business?
Generally yes but there are always exceptions.
- What Is Collateral?
Collateral is something you own that has value.
- Do all funding institutions require collateral for business finance?
It depends on the type of financing but generally yes.
- I have additional questions not listed here.
Feel free to contact us and we will respond within 24 hours.
THE WEB LENDER PORTAL
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