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How to Get a Business Loan

Money makes the business world go round. Obtaining a stable and flowing financial source is a major factor whether you are planning on a new business or growing an existing one. There are a lot of new entrepreneurs who are daunted by the task of getting a loan and don’t even know where to begin.

Acquiring Secured Business Loans

Utilizing a secured business loan is a great way to ensure a lower interest rate, a longer repayment period, and the opportunity to build credit and forge a relationship between business and credit provider. A secured business loan, also called as collateralization arrangements, is a type of loan where by the borrower pledges some asset as collateral for the loan. These collateral can be anything of value such as car or property, which then becomes a secured debt owed to the creditor who gives the loan.

3 Reasons Why Business Credit Is For You

Leading business owners regularly secure funding while keeping their personal credit and capital untouched. Business credit will allow you to do the same.

3 Tips For Qualifying For a Business Loan

Since the economic recession in 2008, lending levels at banks have increased moderately. As the economy continues to grow and recover, entrepreneurs turn to banks and other lending sources to help in expanding their businesses to keep up with market demand. As a result of the Great Recession, most banks have restructured their business lending criteria to reflect increased scrutiny of business loan proposals and this makes it harder for business owners to qualify for a business loan.

Cash Buyer – The Good and Bad for Equipment Financing

Financing equipment for your business offers you the opportunity to expand, create more profit and reach new markets and clients. For those that want to know the benefits of never financing anything it is this; you will never owe anybody anything, no monthly payments, no interest and no chance of borrowing more than you can pay back but in that perceived safety there is almost missed opportunity and risk.

Uber, the Dragon and the Banking Sector

Banks lend money. Taxis transport people from one pace to another. You may not think there is much similarity between the two. But both are based on a simple enough premise. Both have managed to build an uncontested and reliable status quo. Both are also facing a challenge to their dominance and both are resisting or (at best) slowly adapting to changing times.

Commercial Real Estate Lending Trends in 2015 With Comparison to California

In March 2015, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) invited a random sample of 49,485 realtors who worked in commercial real estate to fill out an online survey. A total of 791 responses were received for an overall response rate of 1.6 percent.

The Commercial Lending Market Environment in 2015: California and Comparison to Key Cities

In March 2015, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) invited a random sample of 49,485 realtors who worked in commercial real estate to fill out an online survey. A total of 791 responses were received for an overall response rate of 1.6 percent.

How to Navigate Today’s Commercial Real Estate Market in California of 2016

It is a good time to be a commercial real estate borrower in California if you have performing property. Prices are static for the first time in ages, the private commercial lending market has prospered, and loan-to-value (LTV) ratios are up. New consumer protection regulations have come out in your favor, and a new administration may mean more proactive borrowing rates and relaxed property taxes.

Real Estate Review and Commercial Lending Trends in California of 2015

We’re looping towards the end of 2015. The year has been an eventful one for California’s real estate industry. These are the highlights as reported by the National Association of Realtors in the beginning of last month (November 2015): Commercial vacancy rates declined for office, industrial and retail properties.

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