DELANCEY STREET

Here's Who We Are

We're a Direct Lender

We’re a direct lender who funds small business owners nationwide, regardless of industry, credit, or time in business. We fund it all. GUARANTEED.

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We Provide Multiple Options

We have a lot of different financing options available to our clients. Regardless of your situation, we’ll have a solution for you.

Fast Approval

Our application process is completely online. You can get funds in your bank account in literally 24 hours.

The Working Capital You Need In 24 Hours.

We get you funding. It's that simple. Regardless of credit, income, or time in business - we'll fund you.

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Use our online form or call toll-free anytime to get started. There's no cost, and the application takes only three minutes.

Approval

Receive application approval in as little as 24 hours. There is no credit check required.

Receive Funds

Review and return your signed agreement and get your money in as little as 24 hours.

Recent Funded Business

100K Term Loan

Ambulance Service

Our client bought a new ambulance.
2019 - June
55K Advance

Truck Funded

Our client used the funds to hire new team members.
2019 - February
85K Term Loan

Restaurant Funded

Our client used the funds for restaurant equipment.
2019 - May

Get a Decision in as Little As 30 Seconds

We’re Fast. We Help Regardless of Credit. WE HAVE A SOLUTION FOR YOU.

Apply Online

We have a completely online application process, which is simple and easy.

Get Offers

We'll match you with the best loan offers we have that are financially responsible.

Get Funded Quickly

We'll fund you the same day you accept our offer.

How Delancey Street Works

Fill Out Our Application

Answer basic questions about yourself and fill out our entirely online application. Each loan has its own online process.

Meet Your Concierge

We'll pair you with an experienced Delancey Street specialist who will reach out to you, and understand your needs. We'll try to determine which financial product is right for you.

Compare Our Loan Offers

We give you a few different loan offers based on your scenario and what options you qualify for.

Choose Your Loan

Once you've chosen a loan that works for you, we finalize it and start getting the documents needed.

Get Funded

Once we get all of the documents back, we'll get you funded ASAP.

We Help You Grow

After you get funded, your Delancey Street concierge specialist will keep in touch to make sure you're happy and doing well.

Business Loans

Get business loans ranging from 3 months to 18 months
No credit score requirement, we have a program for everyone
We can fund up to $5 million in virtually 24 hours

Small Business Loans Minority

If you’re about to open a small business or already have, you’ll definitely want to consider financing options. Small business loans provide the necessary capital to not only start a business but also to keep it running. Many small business owners put a lot of their own savings into startup costs. While it’s important to have some equity upfront, it’s also important to remember that you’ll have many expenses in your first few years. Many new businesses take several years to turn a profit. Even the most inclusive estimates of business expenses can be thwarted by an emergency or unplanned expense. Having a safety cushion of available funds allows you to focus on running and growing your business.
How to begin the small business loan application process:
First, you’ll want to examine your credit. You can easily obtain free credit reports from the three major credit bureaus online. If you aren’t entitled to a free report, credit monitoring services provide a similar service for a small fee. If possible, you’ll want to also purchase a merged report. This consolidates all three bureaus into one report. This is what most banks will review when looking over your credit. Typically, your FICO score is the number they are most interested in. While many of us might not be thrilled with our score, it’s a tried and true indicator that’s used industry-wide. If your credit needs improvement, it’s always best to try to resolve whatever you can right away. If you’re unable to make any significant progress, credit repair agencies may be able to help. For a fee, they will challenge items on your credit report. Many times, they’re successful at removing old and inaccurate information. If you have the time and resources, you can also dispute items directly with the credit bureaus themselves, for free.
Once you’ve improved your credit to a level that you feel comfortable with, you’ll want to examine the remainder of your finances. Assets and liabilities should be calculated to determine your net worth. Also, you may want to consider what could be used as collateral if requested by the finance company. Real estate, vehicles, and retirement accounts are often used to secure financing. Also, consider how much money you want to put into the business upfront. Some companies will require that you have a certain percentage of equity invested prior to approval. After you’ve come up with your calculations, you’ll be ready to apply.
Be certain to have a strong business plan prepared, first.
A strong business plan can make the difference between being approved for a loan or not. If you don’t already have one prepared, you’ll need to take this step before applying. If you’re uncertain as to how to write one, you can research the topic online. If you’re not the best writer, you can typically hire a consultant or author who has the experience to write one for you. It’s critical that you review and study the plan thoroughly. You’ll most likely be asked many questions and need to provide quick and clear answers. Taking the time to become confident with your plan will pay off significantly. It may also give you new ideas and help you to remember things that you may have forgotten to account for. It’s also helpful to have a presentation prepared with as much visual detail as possible. The more a lender can envision your business succeeding, the better.
Small Business Administration loans work for some borrowers.
An SBA loan is the typical loan that most people have heard of. These loans are government-backed, so they’re for the “cookie cutter” borrower with good credit, assets, and a strong business plan. They are typically processed by a local bank so they have the benefit of being close by. The interest rates and loan terms are also among the best available. These loans are typically not recommended for those who have credit scores of under 600, or have very limited assets. The bank will want you to demonstrate that you’re financially stable and could carry the loan on your own, even if the business were to close.
Other options are also available:
Venture capital and private equity firms have become more popular in recent years. These companies offer to provide funds for partial ownership in your company. They place more of an emphasis on the business plan than anything else. The benefit to the borrower is that the repayment terms, if any, are typically much laxer. The drawback is that with ownership comes some level of control. The investor will most likely have some oversight and involvement in the operations of your company. Since these deals are always contract based, seeking an attorney’s advice is highly recommended. Attorneys are also skilled negotiators. They may be able to get you a better deal than what was offered. It’s well worth the upfront investment to ensure future peace and happiness.
Merchant invoice factoring and credit advances are also relatively new concepts in lending. With these loans, the amount is based on the company’s receivables. These are convenient for companies who are already making sales but need immediate cash. The underwriting guidelines are simple and they provide fast funding. For the convenience factor, there may be significant interest and fees attached to these services.
Business lines of credit are similar to home equity lines of credit. The business applies for the loan and uses its established credit history and assets to qualify. The underwriting is done upfront and a line of credit is determined. The business can draw on the line of credit whenever they need the funds. Usually, the entire loan plus interest must be paid on the full line of credit regardless of what’s actually been used. This is a good option for established businesses that occasionally have cash flow irregularities.
Determining what type of loan works best for your new or existing business shouldn’t be too difficult. Many other resources are available online. Getting a small business loan could save the day and make running your new business much easier with the peace of mind they provide.

Delancey Street is here for you

Our team is available always to help you. Regardless of whether you need advice, or just want to run a scenario by us. We take pride in the fact our team loves working with our clients - and truly cares about their financial and mental wellbeing.

"Super fast, and super courteous, Delancey Street is amazing"
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$125,000 Small Business Loan
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Jason
$35,000 Lawsuit Advance
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$250,000 Hard money Loan

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