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Innovative commercial real estate lender continues to expand programs to service brokers and borrowers shut out elsewhere.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Over the same time last year, Boston-based finance innovator South End Capital Corporation (SECC) has announced an unprecedented five-fold increase in Q2 closings of commercial real estate and business loans deemed untouchable by conventional standards.
Our focus has always been on providing bankable and affordable options for borrowers shut out by conventional lenders, stated SECC Founder and Managing Director Noah Grayson. But recently expanded SECC offerings like our new private money and flexible and aggressive SBA 7(a) programs have spurred significant increases in our closings of otherwise unbankable loans. A sample of the firms June 2014 closings and their challenges include:
South End Capital Corp. works directly with borrowers and routinely with brokers, paying referral fees to its approved partners. To inquire about the many innovative programs available through South End Capital Corp., contact Noah Grayson directly at (888) 268.7778 ext. 5, or noah(at)southendcapital(dot)com.
ABOUT SOUTH END CAPITAL CORPORATION
With offices on both the East and West Coasts, SECC is a direct commercial real estate lender providing private money loans up to $500,000 nationwide, and offering SBA, business, multifamily, bridge and bankable loans up to $20 million in participation with third-party investors. SECC also provides training and marketing services to commercial mortgage brokers through all stages of their business development. Additionally, SECC offers same-day term sheets, excellent service and prompt responses, is broker-friendly and pays referral fees to approved partners. For additional information, visit http://www.southendcapital.com or contact Noah Grayson toll-free at (888) 268.7778 x 5 / noah(at)southendcapital(dot)com.
Tags: Commercial real estate loans, business loans, private money loans, SBA 7(a) loans, bridge loans, soft money loans, hard money loans, non-conforming loans, small business loans, multifamily loans
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