Without a plan, even the most brilliant business can get lost. You need to have goals, create milestones and have a strategy in place to set yourself up for success.” - Yogi Berra, National Baseball Hall of Fame
Starting your own business can be both exciting and overwhelming. A new business needs a well-crafted plan and an initial set of milestones to give you a boost in the right direction from the beginning.
And unless you have a good chunk of change, finding capital to fund your business idea isn’t as easy as stepping into a bank and asking for a loan.
Lenders will be interested in the viability of your business; scrutinizing every financial history and analyzing your ability to strategize and project growth, which brings us back to the need for a well-crafted business plan.
We are your Business Advocate
This is where our Commercial Loan Advisors may be essential in your entrepreneurial journey; whether you are new to this or have been down this road before.
We will be your business advocate; laying important milestones like developing a business plan and projecting growth that will get the attention of suitable lenders through our network of banks and angel investors.
We Work with Lenders 24/7
As an entrepreneur, you are no stranger to rolling up your sleeves and doing everything necessary to “get-it-done”. And we appreciate that kind of spirit in our customers.
Through the many thousand paces we take with our customers, we aim for the most efficient use of their time as we work with them to map out a strategic business roadmap.
Your time is too valuable to be knocking on the doors of banks, plowing through thick loan documents, making sense of complex financing terminologies, and waiting for months before knowing if your application is approved or rejected.
We work with lenders 24/7—that’s our job. And we know what will make them fight to fund your business.
Professionally, we are your loan officer and financial analyst. But more importantly, we are your business advocate and here are specific questions every educated business owner should be asking.