Non-bank lender business loans
Some non-bank business lenders can let you borrow more than the big banks and have lower interest rates.
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- Heritage Bank Equipment Loan
Purchase, replace or upgrade new or used equipment up to $500,000.
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- Propell Line of Credit
Fund your business needs with Propell’s line of credit, providing up to $100,000 with fees based only on what you use.
- ANZ Business Loan under the SME Recovery Loan Scheme
This ANZ business loan aims to help businesses recover from the Coronavirus pandemic with a special, low interest rate. Rates will vary based on your situation. Find out if you're eligible to apply.
- Westpac SME Recovery Loan
This loan from Westpac has secured and unsecured options to help your business recover from the Covid-19 lockdowns. Its variable rates are based on your circumstances and can be repaid over 10 years. Find out if you're eligible to apply.
- NAB Business Recovery Loan
This business recovery loan from NAB lets you choose between secured and unsecured options to help your business after the Covid-19 lockdowns. Interest rates will vary based on your situation. Find out if you're eligible to apply.
- CommBank SME Restarter Loan
You can borrow up to $5 million to help your business recover from the coronavirus pandemic or the March 2021 floods.