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How much would it cost to raise capital for a business?

May 18, 2012

There are many companies who would charge to raise capital for a business. It depends on what type of capital you would need for your business. If you are raising capital by selling equity in your company through different means then the cost varies from program to a program and from company to another. If you are acquiring debt for your business whether to start a new business, expand a business, or need capital to survive during hard times then cost also varies depending on the type of the programs you would need.
Rising Bird, Inc. specializes in helping companies acquire capital for businesses mostly in the form of debt. We do not charge any upfront fees. We only charge upon the success that we accomplish for our client. If we are unable to obtain capital for our client then it is simply our lose of time and resources. Our average charges for acquiring debt for businesses is in the range of 4% to 7% depending on how complex the transaction is. If we are helping our client obtain capital for commercial real estate then our average charges can be between 2% to 3%.
We usually offer these types of services:
– Working capital
– Medical capital
– Quick closing for small business bridge loan
– Business loans for acquisitions and expansion
– Government guaranteed business loans through SBA, USDA(B&I), and other governmental agencies
– Business credit cards
– Assets based loans against properties, equipment, vehicles, inventory, accounts receivables, and other business assets
– Hard money loans
– Equipment leasing and financing
– Consolidation of business debt
– Purchase order financing
– Factoring

I would appreciate all your comments and you are welcome to contact me with any questions you have at

Ali Neesaneh

From → Business Finance

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