Business Loans: What options do businesses have for getting working capital?

Sponsored by Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank

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Figuring out funding for a project can be a challenge. — File photo of Oak Bluffs fishing pier by Doug Burke

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Lines of Credit

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.

Business Term Loans

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.

Business Mortgages

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.

Business Construction Loan 

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.

Letter of Credit

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.

Small Business Association (SBA) Loans

No, this was our first. When we opened, I did not run the store. After it had become obvious that it was going to be successful, I left my other employment after the 1982 season and made the Vineyard my residence. In 1989, I opened another store in Connecticut (our families are all still there), and I went back and forth every week (having my own plane really helped a lot!). Flash-forward to the present day: Because my husband was ready to retire and spend all of his summers on the Vineyard, I didn’t want to be caught having to go back and forth all the time, so I sold the Connecticut store in 2012 to the woman who had been managing it for 15 years.