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What Our Clients Are Saying.
“Working with Hudson Capital Advisors has been an incredible experience. I had a lot of questions throughout the process, and the team walked me patiently through each step. I’m so grateful I was referred to them. I will not only recommend them to all my friends, but I will use them again in the future.”
Types of Assistance We Provide.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is an independent agency of the federal government created to provide financial assistance for small businesses. SBA financing can help you start, build and grow your business plans.
BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT
A business line of credit is a cost effective way for you to borrow and repay monies. With a line of credit, your business has the option to draw funding and meet short-term, working capital needs.
A commercial mortgage can alleviate the uncertainty that comes from renting or leasing property. It also builds your equity in a tangible asset. This type of financing can be used to purchase land, commercial property, or to pay for expenses like expansion or remodeling.
Available equipment financing options are: sale leasebacks, dollar buy-outs, equipment loans and equipment leases.
Start-up financing is based on a solid business plan, financial projections and your personal financial strength as the business owner.
Loan Mantra provides expert and strategic advice to assist our clients in reaching their financial goals. By delivering specialized, capable advice and offering you best-in-class technology, we ensure every client understands their options, opportunities and exposures.
Knowledge Base - The Mantra
To the Rescue: What the American Rescue Plan Act Means for EIDL & Other Grants
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 into law. The Act offers $1.9 trillion dollars in a relief package designed to help Americans recover from the pandemic. The following funds are allotted to small business recovery, targeting the most hard-hit industries as