LOS ANGELES, May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Research from the commercial-mortgage research firm Trepp, LLC illustrates that approximately $276.2 billion in nonresidential commercial property loans will be due this year, more than any past year on record. In the current climate of extremely cautious lending at big banks, small businesses are finding they need temporary assistance more than ever, and many are finding it through Advantage Capital Business Loans.
Unlike big banks and traditional lenders, ACBL was created with the specific goal of serving the unmet needs of small and medium size businesses. The principals of ACBL themselves come from a small business background, and have thus even found themselves wondering how to get a small business loan. Based on their own pasts, they worked to develop a flexible, simple business loans program based on the challenges they had faced in their own lives.
Much of the problem in the current financial market comes from the culture of traditional lenders that has become increasingly friendly to large commercial interests at the expense of modestly-sized businesses that are unfairly perceived as high-risk investments. This divide has grown even more pronounced since the market collapse of 2008. At the height of the recession, some banks were willing to grant extensions on loans, delaying the refinancing process for about 60% of commercial property loans. Now, though, these extensions are running out, and even though the market is close to recovering enough for many small businesses to remain sustainable, many large banks are proving entirely unwilling to negotiate.
This harsh, impersonal way of negotiating couldn't be further from the friendly, small business-centered relationships built at ACBL. Their loan officers speak to every owner to understand their company and comprehend the challenges and goals unique to their own particular situation. From there, they create customized small business loans that aid every CEO in achieving their goals while only ever requiring a manageable, affordable payback.
With their innovative financing model, Advantage Capital Business Loans is more important than ever. While big banks have developed overly simplified, prepackaged loan packages that weigh personal credit, debt-to-income ratio and the overall profitability of a business very heavily, the team at ACBL instead focuses on a business's efficiency and potential.
In a harsh economic climate, ACBL is giving ambitious and promising small business owners the opportunity they need to thrive long into the future. To receive a no obligation, custom business loan offer from Advantage Capital Business Loans, or if you have any questions about small business loans, visit their website at www.advantagecapitalbusinessloans.com or call them at 877-379-0202.
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