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Brandywine Capital Associates

About Brandywine
Capital Associates

We bring capital and equipment together  - quickly, easily, and competitively - to help you build a great business.

Apply in minutes, be approved in hours, and have the funds available in days. We cut the red tape, paperwork, and delays.

Best of all, we provide down-the-street service - fast response, in-person meetings, and a consistent team of real professionals to work with you each time you call.

Our Office

Brandywine Capital Associates - HQ
113 E. Evans Street
West Chester, PA 19380
Toll Free Phone:
(888) 344-2920
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U.S. Small Businesses boost borrowing in April

"Reuters 6/3/13":  Small U.S. businesses boosted borrowing in April, marking the first gain since December as the Federal Reserve continues to buy bonds to stimulate a tepid recovery.
The Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index, which measures the overall volume of financing to small U.S. companies, rose to 110.5 from an upwardly revised 99 in March, PayNet said on Monday.  The March figure was originally reported at 98.5.
Business borrowing can point to trends in growth and employment, because when small firms take out loans they generally spend the money on new tools, factories and equipment.  Such capital investment can be a prelude to new hiring. 
The Fed is buying $85 billion in Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities each month in an effort to boost growth and jobs, but so far the stimulus has done little for small businesses, PayNet president Bill Phelan said in an interview.
Small businesses "are not heading for the exits, but they are not firing up yet either," Phelan said.
The lending index rose 17 percent from a year earlier in April, but is still shy of the 112.8 level at which it started the year.
"There's a lot of money being pumped in, but these businesses aren't biting," Phelan said, adding that when small businesses do not borrow, they are not as apt to hire.
Historically, PayNet's lending index has correlated to overall economic growth one or two quarters in the future.
Fed officials in recent weeks have stepped up their public debate over whether the economic recovery is strong enough to begin easing off the monetary gas pedal by reducing the amount of bonds the U.S. central bank buys.
Other data out late last week, including a drop in the U.S. consumer spending and already-low inflation, suggested limits to the much-hoped-for economic rebound.
Meanwhile financial stress at small businesses is easing, with more companies paying back their loans on time.



Rates are at historical lows - credit standards have returned to more realistic levels and Brandywine Capital remains committed to helping your company obtain the capital you need to continue to grow your business. We pledge to continue to work in an ethical, efficient and proactive way to provide your financing.

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How does Brandywine
Capital do business?
Plain English. Our documents are clear and understandable.
No hidden fees or surprises. We charge only one fee – to prepare all the proper documents for your transaction – before your transaction takes place.
No automatic renewals. Unlike others, our agreements do not automatically renew without your knowledge.
No end of lease surprises. Any payments due at the end of your lease – such as a buy-out amount – are discussed with you and clearly stated in your documents.
Consistent billing.  Your payment due date is always the same every month.
Three simple steps with Brandywine
Apply in minutes – with our one page application available online
Approval in hours – not days or weeks
Funds available in days – no long delays


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