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One of the more challenging things to do in today’s tough economic times is to apply for no credit business loans. The free-wheeling days of 2006 are over, and many lending institutions are much more cautious about whom they lend money to. However, if you look in the right places, you will always find options available, no matter what your financial situation.

The first thing to do is to know where not to look. This includes most of the big banks, and major online lenders. While they may seem like the ideal candidates, the problem with these organizations is is that they are overwhelmed with overhead and regulations, meaning that they have a tendency to prevent new entrepreneurs with low or no credit into the system. They also carry curiously high interest rates. If you are just starting out and need to apply for a no credit business loans, you are much better off checking with your local small bank or credit union. Not only with they be more likely to listen to your sales pitch, they will also give you a lower interest rate than one that the banks would give you.

You may also want to consider a government loan. The SBA provides a wealth of opportunities for a number of different demographics. One of the best ways to get the capital you need for this is to apply for a bunch of SBA Microloans (most of which are around $10,000 to $15,000). While this may seem small, keep in mind that they are very easy to apply for and if they are applied for within a short period of time they will not hurt your credit score. It’s often worth the extra paperwork.

You may also want to consider a P2P loan. The P2P market, due to its vastness, offers a wide variety of opportunities that simply do not exist in the conventional market. While the larger online networks will provide you with difficulty because they require a minimum credit score, if you develop good interpersonal networks, you will have no difficulty trying to apply for no credit business loans that are right for you.

There are always ways to find the financing that you need, it is just a matter of knowing exactly where to look.

This Business article was written by Mark Karavan on 2/17/2010