Gas Station Funding
Alternative Gas Station Funding
A gas station is a type of retail property that resides under a larger umbrella of commercial properties. A combination of mechanic shop, convenience store and mechanic shop can be a very lucrative business. However, due to regulatory and environmental challenges, many traditional lenders will not lend to businesses in this market.
Owners have a lot to deal with with financing, stocking up in inventory, purchasing gasoline in bulk to beat fluctuating oil prices, and a lot more. Capitalize Loans’ approval requirements are lower than a traditional lender. It is ideal for candidates that need funding for gas stations to receive a loan from an alternative lender.
Gas Station Funding Solution
As a direct alternative lender, Capitalize Loans can approve more gas station loans than traditional lenders, often in just one business day. We provide a number of different types of small business funding to help grow your business services, with funding from $13,000 up to $5,000,000.
How to use Gas Station Funding
Gas station funding can help adjust to unexpected challenges such as:
- Keeping up ecological guidelines and staying aware of regulatory changes
- Shifting oil prices
- High local competition
- Traditional banks typically will decline a loan if your business records demonstrate decreasing sales, low cash flow, or if you lack collateral or a significant amount of managerial experience.
Capitalize Loans can provide the best solution for your gas station to improve or grow your business, you can use your gas station funding for:
- Expansion of infrastructure, adding new charging stations for electric vehicles, or upgrade equipment to stay up to par with compliance
- Offer new services of a store, food, or retail outlet
- Inventory purchasing
- Renovation for better customer experience
How Business Services Funding Works
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Apply for Small Business Capital
After filling out our single application, you’ll get to speak to one of our dedicated advisors to take the time to get to know your business and help you understand your small business funding and repayment options.