Hardware Store Business Loans
Loans and Financing Options for Hardware Stores
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Types of Hardware Store Business Loans
How Hardware Store Business Loans Can Help You
When you are running a hardware store, it is important that you have access to capital when you need it for all the types of extra costs which may arise. From hiring new staff, to upgrading technology systems to manage your inventory stock, there are many different costs which can add up for hardware store owners. Consider hardware store business financing to cover your everyday working capital needs.
Purchase Inventory Stock
- Business loans for hardware stores allow you to replenish inventory quickly
- Use a working capital loan to purchase inventory while costs are low
Modernize Your Hardware Store
- Purchase technology upgrades to help you manage your inventory stock
- Upgrade your hardware store’s displays for your customers
Pay Everyday Expenses
- Cover the cost of recurring expenses like payroll, expenses, and materials
- Pay for your hardware business space rent, utilities and taxes to keep the lights on and water running
Expand Your Store to New Locations
- Expand your store to a larger location or open a second store in a new area with a business loan
- Bring on additional staff with extra working capital funds
How to Apply
Why National Funding?
When considering the needs of your hardware store, you want a lender who has worked with stores like yours before. At National Funding, we understand that securing financing for a hardware store can be difficult. As a store business owner, you sometimes have to wait for customers to pay for orders and for payments to clear. Hardware store business loans from National Funding don’t require lengthy paperwork. Speak with one of our friendly, knowledgeable loan specialists to learn more about our business loans.
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Types of Loans Available for Hardware Stores
No matter what your hardware store’s needs are, we have a small business loan option that will work for you. Our Loan Specialists are happy to help you find the right loan for your hardware store. Simply apply online to see which option is best for you.
We understand that sometimes you need funds to help improve your credit score and your business, and we are here to help you get the financing you need to get there. We believe bad credit shouldn’t affect your ability to receive financial solutions, so our Loan Specialists look at your business potential and alternative lending options in addition to credit.
Traditional business loans sometimes require personal collateral. Our unsecured small business loan is uncollateralized, so that you can focus on the important aspects of your business without having to worry about losing your personal assets.
A working capital loan allows you to have flexibility while maintaining business ownership by providing access to cash for immediate expenses. This means you can have cash-on-hand to help cover everyday business expenses when business is slow and money is tight, or even to expand your business.
Hardware Store Business Resources
Every business that sells products must have inventory. Without it, you simply won’t make a profit. However, figuring out your inventory needs can be a challenge, and even more challenging is how to secure inventory financing when needed.
Learning how to display products effectively is key for small businesses flush with inventory. Many small business owners are looking for ways to refresh their interiors or remodel their stores. Your visual display is critical to purchasing decisions, according to iQmetrix, and buyers are less likely to purchase when shelves are scarce or displays look messy.
Tax time is stressful for almost everyone, but as a small business owner you have a more complicated set of tax requirements to abide by than most. Navigating quarterly taxes and understanding the deductions available for your hardware store are difficult tasks. Prepare yourself by reviewing these common tax mistakes so you know what to avoid and don’t cost your store money come tax time.
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