It’s that time again in Michigan! The time for mountains of snow and icy roads. Residents may not be so happy about the weather, but if you own a snow removal business in Michigan, this is most likely your favorite time of year. The snowy season in Michigan can be harsh and last until May. During this time you are highly likely to see your business revenue increase significantly (after all, it is a “seasonal” business). If this is the case, your snow removal business expenses will most likely increase as well. If you’re expenses increase, you may need outside capital to sustain the business during the winter season. That’s where LenCred comes in.
How LenCred Helps Snow Removal Businesses in Michigan Get Unsecured Business Lines of Credit
LenCred helps snow removal businesses in Michigan get unsecured business lines of credit following a simple three step process. Firstly, LenCred will analyze the personal credit history of the business owner(s) to determine if they are qualified. Obtaining an unsecured business line of credit can be fairly easy to obtain however, the business owner(s) or a personal guarantor for the business owner(s) will need to have a good personal credit history.
After LenCred advisors analyze your personal credit history, they will develop your funding plan. Your funding plan includes the network of lenders they will use to obtain the unsecured business lines of credit for you. After developing your funding plan, LenCred will begin executing your funding plan. It can take LenCred as little as 14 business days to get up to $200,000 in unsecured business lines of credit for your snow removal business in Michigan.
Start Using Unsecured Business lines of Credit to Fund Your Snow Removal Business Now
If you’re ready to get unsecured business lines of credit for your snow removal business now, contact the advisors at LenCred to complete step one of the process. LenCred advisors offer a free consultation and you will know whether or not you qualify for unsecured business lines of credit in the next 48 hours or less.