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Shattering records like The Avengers…sort of…

Just like The Avengers, which broke the all-time record this year for an opening weekend (making $207.4 million at the box office), this has been a record-smashing year for Mercantile Capital Corporation so far. In just the first six months of 2012, we’ve closed one more loan than we did in all of 2011 (which Read More »

The SBA Should NOT Be Abolished…

The Wall Street Journal announced last week that an upcoming special report will explore the pros and cons of abolishing the U.S. Small Business Administration. This comes in response to President Obama wanting to consolidate a handful of government agencies, and while I’m generally all for streamlining and simplifying government, I’m against what’s being proposed Read More »

Interest Rates Keep Getting Better for Small Businesses…
  • Thursday, September 8th, 2011 at 9:17 am

There may never be a better time than now for small business owners to buy already discounted commercial property, while financing it with the lowest interest rates on record! This is how America’s courageous business owners can better create wealth for themselves…and get our economy back on track at the same time. I reported earlier Read More »

Commercial Real Estate Financing for Small Businesses is on the Rise…
  • Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 at 2:01 pm

Our office is buzzing today after being closed for the Labor Day holiday. I hope you had a nice, long weekend and were able to enjoy an extra day away from the office. I’m pretty sure everyone here at Mercantile spent yesterday relaxing and recharging since we just finished the most productive month ever for Read More »

2010 was the Best Year Ever . . .
  • Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 at 2:04 pm

Calling 2010 the “Best Year Ever” might sound a little strange, since we’re still dealing with the aftereffects of the “Great Recession.” But it’s true: this past year was the best year yet for Mercantile Capital Corporation, and this is very good news for the rest of our economy (I’ll explain why in a minute). Read More »