Short Term Business Loans

Looking to grow your business? Or just need a little extra working capital to keep your business moving? 

Our small business loans are available between £5,000 – £500,000 for almost any purpose.

We’re not a bank. Our lending criteria is different, and we look at more than just your credit profile.

Check your eligibility online in just two minutes, with no impact on your credit score, and you could receive your funds in as little as 24 hours.

How does the business loan work?

Unlike a traditional loan, Capify’s is paid back in very small amounts regularly. The repayments are completely automated so you don’t need to do anything. Many business owners love our regular payments, because they don’t have to save a large amount by a fixed date each month.

To be eligible for a business loan, you'll need to:

The benefits of a Capify business loan

It’s never been harder for UK SMEs to obtain short term business loans from traditional sources. With banks less willing to lend to small businesses than they were before the recession, it can be challenging for SMEs to secure short term funding, even if they’re generating a healthy revenue.

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What is a short term business loan?

Short-term business loans are not that different from personal loans. You’ll receive an advance in funds for your business which will need to be repaid with interest within a specific period of time.

Why a short term business loan?

Our short term business loans are available to companies in almost any industry and can be used for practically any purpose. Maybe you need:

  • to raise working capital to cover payments or purchases
  • to cover payroll
  • to fill gaps while you’re waiting for suppliers to pay
  • to even out your cash flow if your business has busier, then quieter, periods

Advantages to short term business loans

The biggest advantage of opting for a short-term business loan is that your business will only have to make repayments for a limited period of time. This means the loan won’t affect your business finances in the long-term and can be dealt with quickly and easily.

We run a fast and sensible system for loan applications, requiring less information for you to fill out than if you were applying for a loan over a longer term. We process applications fast so you can get your hands on the funds you need quickly. 

Disadvantages to short-term business loans

Choosing to take out a short-term business loan may mean you’ll be able to pay off your balance quickly, but bear in mind that your repayments are likely to be higher than if you opted for a medium or long-term loan. Loan terms are often 90 to 120 days. Interest rates are also often notably higher with short-term borrowing, so it’s worth making sure you get a good deal. Use our calculator below to get our best rates.

Applying for a short term business loan.

To apply for short business loans your company will need to have been trading for six months. And you’ll need to be registered as a limited company. If you’re working as a sole trader or other company structure, and accept card payments from your customers, then we can still help. Find out more about our merchant cash advance route.

Our finance arrangements offer anything from £5,000 to £500,000 with flexible terms and a fixed cost. Use the calculator below to find out how we can help your business grow.

Short term business loan calculator

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Get an estimate of how much you might be able to borrow in under a minute.

All our small business loans are tailored to suit your business’ circumstances – you can find out repayment terms and other accurate figures by submitting an application or chatting to one of our friendly lending specialists!

*Disclaimer – Please note our loan calculator will only bring up indicative figures based on the information you enter. The actual loan amount is subject to Capify’s standard credit assessment criteria and terms & conditions.

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