Hurricane Harvey Small Business Loans Disaster Assistance Available
AMITYVILLE, N.Y., Aug. 28, 2017 : Small businesses in the Houston area should be advised that the Disaster Assistance Express Small Business Loan is currently offering funding in 48-72 hours.ExpressBusinessLoans.com will be placing a priority processing applications submitted by small businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey. There is no application fee and no down payment required. The application and supporting documents required can be completed entirely online at ExpressBusinessLoans.com.
"This storm will have a tremendous impact on the area's small business community. By prioritizing small business applicants from this area we hope to help small businesses get back up and running as quickly as possibly. This will help stabilize the community and ensure that small businesses have a chance to survive," says Michael Martin, VP of business development at ExpressBusinessLoans.com.
Small businesses that are assisting in the recovery and reconstruction effort are also eligible for priority application processing. "Businesses in the construction and property preservation industries may need capital to respond and provide service to the hurricane affected area. We want to ensure that these businesses are not stymied in the recovery effort by working capital shortfalls," continued Michael Martin.
Unlike SBA disaster loan programs our Express Business Loan can be used for expansion not just recovery. Insurance proceeds that result from Hurricane Harvey are not required to be applied to the loan balance. Personal financial statements are not required for approval or loan disbursement.
ExpressBusinessLoans.com is an Amityville, NY based leader in the alternative business finance industry, including unsecured business loans and merchant cash advance transactions. ExpressBusinessLoans.com has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, The Street, and Mobile Business Computing. The team at ExpressBusinessLoans.com has worked with thousands of small business owners across the United States in securing working capital in amounts from $10,000 to $5,000,0000.