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The SBA 504 Experts Explain Why NOW is the Perfect Time to Buy Commercial Property…

“Right now is a great time to buy commercial property.” I say and write that phrase a lot these days. If you’re a regular reader of the emails and blog posts I write to you, you’ve no doubt heard this from me. But I bet you don’t hear it or read about it many other Read More »

The SBA Experts Report Surge in Commercial Lending…

We distributed the following press release yesterday, and I thought you’d find it interesting. Despite all the continued negative talk about the economy and a “double-dip” recession, we at Mercantile are going gangbusters. The fact is that RIGHT NOW is a GREAT time to buy commercial property, and entrepreneurs everywhere are realizing it — so Read More »

Happy Independence Day from the SBA 504 Experts…

On Sunday, we’ll all celebrate the 234th birthday of our Great Nation . . . but TODAY, July 2nd, actually marks the beginning of America’s independence from Great Britain! The Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence on July 2nd, 1776, and John Adams (our second President) had this to say about Read More »

One of America’s greatest chefs used an SBA 504 loan . . .
  • Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 at 10:12 am
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I tell people all the time that the SBA 504 loan is the “best-kept secret” in commercial real estate financing for a myriad of reasons. But I know not everyone believes me wholeheartedly. To this day, the SBA 504 loan is still considered a second-tier or third-tier financing option by many people, and often it’s Read More »

Memorial Day Follow-Up

Trey here. I’m Chris’ second-in-command in the marketing department here at Mercantile. Chris is out of town this week, spending some much-deserved time with his family, so I’ve decided to commandeer the blog while he’s not here. You probably know by now that Chris has a second business, a barbershop franchise called Kennedy’s All-American Barber Read More »