News and Articles About Bank Loans
It is a hassle to change banks. Here is when it is worth it.
These steps will put you ahead of the game before you start, and increase your chances of securing funds for your small business.
Southeastern states have a particularly high percentage of small businesses being hamstrung by tight credit conditions.
Two leading banks, honored for National Small Business Week, offer their best advice to business owners seeking credit.
Big and small banks approve fewer loans as startups turn to alternative funding sources.
An uptick in small-business lending may mean entrepreneurs will start hiring in 2012, or they might just sit on their cash.
The lending market for small businesses cratered during the recession and has been on a jagged path of recovery. To help fill the void, entrepreneurs are finding alternative financing sources.
You can get out from under that mountain of debt. Here's how to make sure your bank works for you, versus the other way around.
The money is coming back in business borrowing-- so why don't businesses want it? Here's a look at what some innovative community banks are doing to try to be your lender.
Small banks have been quietly shutting their doors in greater number. Here's how their loss could affect your business.
Consider these options to start building an enviable credit history for your small business.
The Treasury Department recently opened the spigot on the $30 billion Small Business Loan Fund. But is it too little, too late?
A new study reveals that the biggest obstacle for small businesses seeking bank loans might be a lack of collateral.
A KeyBank executive offers her predictions for small-business lending.
A new study finally answers the question: How many entrepreneurs were afraid to even apply for a loan during the recession?
With still tight credit conditions, taking out a home equity loan can be tempting. But it's a mistake.
Consider these tips for rebuilding your financial track record.
Here's what to expect when preparing your company to be sold.
Need a little cash to grow? The Small Business Administration has microloans to help.
A business loan from the bank is one of the most traditional forms of startup funding.