Business Funding


Asset Based Lending

Asset-Based finance can be underwritten relatively quickly.

Merchant Cash Advance

Get up to $500,000 funded in 72 hours

Line of Credit

Guardian Lending Group provides working capital funds for day-to-day operations to maximize profitability.

Commercial Loans

Financing a commercial real estate transaction is no simple matter, and at times it can be downright complicated.

Invoice Factoring

Invoice Factoring is a form of commercial finance whereby a business sells its receivable (in the form of invoice) at a discount.

Equipment Leasing

Guardian Lending Group leases and finances equipment for businesses throughout the United States.

Move or expand your space

Give your business room to grow with a bigger office, new retail location, or more warehouse space.

Refinance debt

Convert high-interest debt into one monthly payment at a fixed rate you can afford, with no early repayment penalties.

Buy inventory or equipment

Invest in new equipment and fulfill every order through bulk inventory purchases.

Hire more employees

Take your business to the next level by expanding your team and adding new skill sets.

Flexible Funding Solutions


Apply online

Check your eligibility in seconds, and complete our easy application.

Speak to our Funding Specialist

Your dedicated loan specialist is available to help you every step of the way with personalized service.

Get Approved

Our Lending Partner will review your application and may schedule a quick call to get to know your business.

Get Funded

Once approved, you’ll receive funds in your account within days.

We make it creative to get the funding you need. We work with you to determine the most convenient and efficient way to create a funding


Merchant Cash Advance/

Short Term


Term Loan/

Long Term

business loans

Business Loans

From $5,000 – $500,000.
Receive a decision in minutes
and funding in as fast
as 1 business day.
lines of credit

Lines of Credit

From $6,000 – $100,000. Draw the cash you need directly into your business checking account at any time. Only pay interest on what you draw.


$25K-$500K over 1-5 years


Online MCA
(Cash Advance)
Guardian Lending Group
(Term Loan)
Rates Very high. Take a cut of your sales every day, with daily interest* Transparent. Fixed interest rates as low as 5.49% with monthly payments
Fees Varies but often hidden or confusing Just one origination fee: 0.99–5.99% of loan principal
Prepayment penalty Hefty. Some charge full interest even if prepaid early Nope. Save on interest and repay early!
Repayment term Varies but typical less than 12 months 1–5 years
Customer service Tend to be pretty transactional White glove service from your own loan specialist from day one
Underwriting Usually a computer algorithm checks your credit score and application Your personal underwriter gets to know you and your business holistically
Approval time A few days Under 10 days
* Monthly versus daily payments can quickly and dramatically change the total cost of your loan, and sometimes make shorter-term cash advance rates appear less expensive than a term loan. A good lender will always be willing to help you calculate an APR (all costs for one year in a single equivalent interest rate), so that you can accurately compare the true cost of each loan.

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