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Expand Your Small Business with SBA Funding Opportunities

Small Business Administration (SBA) loans from Dinkins Financial provide multiple benefits over conventional bank funding, such as the ability to extend repayment terms and reduce the down payment amount. These loans can be used for purchasing land or a building, buying equipment, development in other areas of the industry, refinancing a current property, renovations, acquiring an existing business, or a blend of any of these purposes.

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Choose a Commercial Real Estate Financing Option that Fits Your Needs

Our commercial real estate financing options provide you with many choices, regardless of the size of the transaction. We can tailor a product to work for you. With our lending power and commercial financing expertise, we are the perfect choice for your company. Each situation and borrower is unique. That is why we offer a range of products to suit various types of property and borrowing transactions. Take a look at what we offer.

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Get the Equipment Financing You Need to Support and Grow Your Business

Is the equipment you rely on to support your operations up to date with the current standards of your industry? Need a new piece of business equipment but don’t have cash on hand to pay for it? Equipment leasing with Dinkins Financial is the solution to both of these challenges. We can help you get any type of equipment, from machinery to software or vehicles for a low monthly lease payment you can afford. You can even choose from several different term lengths.

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Use Asset-Based Financing to Improve Your Cash Flow

If you are looking for a simple, reusable source of financing that does not require you to spend a lot of time getting approvals each time you need funds, look into asset-based financing with Dinkins Financial. We work with partners that specialize in this unique form of business credit, and can fund you much more easily and readily than a bank. How? We are able to finance with assets that a bank may not necessarily accept as collateral.

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