Join Us for Our Commercial Property Exchange

Tweet   by  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District      Williamson & Travis County Includes Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Leander, TX  Meeting every 1st Thursday of the Month     Williamson County Association of Realtors   123 Old Setlers Blvd. Round Rock TX 78664     Meeting begins at 8:00 am and last no later … Continue reading “Join Us for Our Commercial Property Exchange”

Small Business Administration Loans…The Economic News is NOT All Bad

Tweet   by  Jepp Fotojiwang  The Economic News is NOT All Bad….. Granted, the headlines are not pretty. And our government seems committed to making the greatest number of mistakes possible. But I am here to tell you that underneath all of that, Small Businesses Administration Loans are really happening! And that is a VERY good thing. … Continue reading “Small Business Administration Loans…The Economic News is NOT All Bad”

Getting a Loan for Small Business – What You Need to Include in Your Business Plan

Tweet   by  ccstbp  Your business plan can be in the form of a series of items rather than a formal composition. No matter what the format, you will need to address the information below.  We Close More Loans for Small Business Than Anyone. We can Close Your Deal in 45 Days. Give me a call today to … Continue reading “Getting a Loan for Small Business – What You Need to Include in Your Business Plan”

Commercial Apartment Loans – Rental Properties Are The Key to the RE Market

Tweet Commercial Apartment Loans – Rentals hold key to real estate market’s future People in Real Estate: Cheryl Russell Cheryl Russell Cheryl Russell has one word for anyone who’s adrift and looking for any direction in real estate, so long as it’s up: rentals. The rental market is “a possible savior for many segments of … Continue reading “Commercial Apartment Loans – Rental Properties Are The Key to the RE Market”

Commercial Loans – Capital Constraint Still Continues…

Tweet   by  accent on eclectic  Had an interesting meeting last week with a consortium of credit unions in Seattle. They were engaging us to help create a strategic plan for creating a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) for commercial loans. Credit unions have a lot of capital to deploy right now and you would think they … Continue reading “Commercial Loans – Capital Constraint Still Continues…”