1. Decide how much money you need to start or expand your business. 2. Write a business loan proposal that outlines your company's financial history and projected profits. 3. Get a credit report. 4. Apply for a bank loan if yours is an existing business. Banks typically do not lend to start-ups. 5. Opt for one of the Small Business Administration's loan programs designed to provide start-up capital or, if you fall just short of qualifying for a bank loan, to purchase commercial real estate. 6. Consider a personal loan if you require only a small amount of money or have poor credit. 7. Apply for a line of credit at your bank if yours is an existing business in need of a flexible source of capital.
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