Merchant Cash Advance Statistics for First Quarter of 2011
The results are in! The Merchant Cash Advance Resource has researched and released funding statistics for the 1st quarter of 2011. Here’s what we found:
- Funding in California is on pace to drop by a whopping 45% in 2011.
- Funding is on pace to increase in the remaining states by about 2.5%.
- The quantity of transactions is on pace to match 2010’s levels.
- There are more small independent funding providers but the bulk of transactions are done by a few major veteran firms
- An average deal funding size of $25,000 may not be appropriate. Most of the largest providers have ramped up “starter advance” operations, which normally involve transactions that range from $1,000 to $10,000. Therefore the average deal size is being averaged down and this will probably cause overal funding output in 2011 to be lower than 2010.
Take a look:
– The Merchant Cash Advance ResourceLast modified: February 21, 2013
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