In order to get a business loan without a personal guarantee, your business needs at least two years of tax returns, showing a substantial net profit. Otherwise, regardless of the business, the lender will rely entirely on your personal credit. A credit score of 700 is average. Unless you can secure your loan with receivables, or tangible collateral (e.g., house, vehicle, precious metal, etc.), you're probably looking at a maximum of $20,000.
If you have collateral, then you can borrow the value of the collateral, unless it would exceed 36% of your net disposable income (after deducting taxes and other recurring monthly debts).
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