504 Loan Blog

Redundancy in SBA Programs Stalls the Recovery…

I wrote an article that was published on American Banker’s BANKTHINK blog last Friday. It’s about the redundancy that continues to plague the SBA’s flagship loan programs and why it’s hurting our economy. In my opinion (which you’re probably aware of if you’ve read this blog for any length of time), the SBA needs to Read More »

MAJOR Announcement from Mercantile Capital Corporation…

Today we’re releasing some major news … something we’ve kept under-the-radar screen since last year when I visited Nepal. Read the full release below, leave me a comment to let me know your thoughts, and stay tuned for further details on this. ********************** News Release (with photos) Mercantile Capital Corporation Announces Participation in Elephant Soccer Read More »

Do You Know Everything About the SBA 504 Refi Program?
  • Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 at 12:31 pm
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Probably not. There are a lot of details about how this important program works and navigating the process can be complex. Not to worry, however, because that’s precisely why I started MCC—to make SBA 504 loans (and now 504 refinancing) simple for the business owners we work with. On April 6th (next Wednesday), I’ll be 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 »

Happy New Year from the SBA 504 Experts!
  • Wednesday, December 29th, 2010 at 5:39 pm
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We at Mercantile Capital Corporation have a reputation for working hard and playing hard. I believe we earn that reputation every year, and that’s why the Holiday Season is a welcome one for us. It’s sort of a chance to catch our breath as we launch into the New Year. We’re still working terribly hard, Read More »