personal FICO® Score
business annual revenue
from $5K - $250K
maximum repayment term
daily or weekly payments
Part of running a business is finding the working capital to support it. You might need to buy equipment, meet payroll or fund an expansion. Traditionally, business owners would turn to banks for small business loans. But traditional business lenders require a lot of paperwork — and time that a busy entrepreneur just doesn’t have.
That’s where we come in.
At OnDeck, our small business term loans can provide funding from $5,000 to $250,000 with repayment terms up to 24 months. If approved, funds are delivered as soon as the same business day.† We also offer an online business line of credit that can be useful for keeping funds on hand. These products can be used simultaneously for approved customers.
Check your eligibility without affecting your credit score.***
Lines of credit can fund instantly.* Term loans can fund the same day.†
We report to business credit bureaus, which helps build business credit with on-time payments.
Our streamlined application is designed to be completed in just a few minutes.
We’ll let you know if you qualify for our term loan, line of credit or both. If approved, you can then choose your loan amount and repayment terms.
Sign your contract and get funds as soon as the same day.†
personal FICO® Score
business annual revenue
OnDeck’s term loan can fund to your bank account by 5 p.m. the same day you’re approved.* In comparison, standard ACH transfers from a bank can take up to three business days.
Many OnDeck Term Loan customers renew their loan. When you renew, all remaining interest on the original term loan is waived and you’re issued a new loan. You’ll also get a lower origination fee — as low as 0%.1
OnDeck developed the SMART Box Capital Comparison Tool. In an easy-to-read format, this tool shows you key terms you need to evaluate potential small business loan offers so you have a comprehensive, standardized breakdown of your cost of capital.
Yes. If you qualify for our 100% prepayment benefit option, you can pay your loan off early in full and have all remaining interest waived without any penalty or fee.‡
Payments for OnDeck’s term loan are fixed, so you’ll pay the same amount from the beginning to the end of your repayment term. This allows you to manage your cash flow with no surprises or large costs up front.
Repaying your term loan is hassle free with automatic bank account deductions. The predictable daily or weekly payment is based on your loan amount and term length. It’s intended to be manageable based on your application information.
Term loans provide a lump sum of cash that is often used for large, one-time purchases. Whether you need a short-term business loan repaid in a few months or a larger loan amount repaid over a couple of years, we can empower you to take on any business initiative.
“When we were first starting out, we were not able to get traditional funding, because there just isn’t funding for small businesses through traditional banks. They want you to perform first before they’ll help you. Luckily, we came across OnDeck, and we’re so grateful for the flexibility they’ve offered us over the years as we’ve grown.”
Ellen Rozelle Turner
The William Everett Group
Business term loans are a type of business funding in which a lump sum of cash is issued to a borrower (business owner) and repaid on a regular schedule over a predetermined period of time, known as the loan term. These loans typically consist of daily, weekly or monthly payments that last from a few months to a few years. The regularly scheduled payments are usually for a fixed amount.
The repayment period for business term loans can range from a few months to 10 years or more. Larger term loan amounts will usually take a business longer to repay. Small business loans that have term lengths on the shorter side (typically 12 months or less) are commonly referred to as short-term business loans. Term loans with longer term lengths may be known as long-term business loans.
OnDeck doesn’t offer “bad credit loans.” However, a lower credit score doesn’t always mean you can’t qualify for business financing. Our business term loans and lines of credit can provide an alternative source of funding for borrowers who have had difficulty getting approved for credit cards and traditional bank loans.
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