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SOURCE: Loans Org, LLC
Loans.org is pleased to announce the release of their brand new business loans section. Entrepreneurs are encouraged to visit this new commercial loan hub.
(PRWEB) November 27, 2012
Loans.org, the online quote gathering resource, is proud to announce the launch of its new business loans section.
When Loans Org, LLC launched their website in the beginning of 2012, five types of borrowing were covered: home mortgage, personal, student, auto, and payday. But after receiving feedback from readers and visitors, loans.org began to develop a new section devoted to business loans.
“While the economy is beginning to find its footing again, some of our readers made it clear to us that they were having trouble finding reliable information on one specific part of the market: business financing,” said Cesar Diaz, founder of loans.org. “Entrepreneurs and established owners alike have told us that finding capital for their startups is really tough. We want to help.”
In fact, the commercial financing industry is so shaky right now that a full 20 percent of U.S. business owners say that they have been unable to find or borrow the capital necessary to operate their companies.
But those struggling to find the funds necessary to launch and maintain their business startups now have a completely free and reliable resource at their disposal. Whether entrepreneurs just need information about responsibly borrowing money or if they need to find a cheap rate for borrowed money, loans.org’s new business lending page is the place to be.
As with all of loans.org’s individual financing sections, their new business loans page features informational articles, news stories, and answers to the most frequently asked questions pertaining to commercial borrowing. Additionally, readers interested in obtaining business financing can use loans.org’s free-to-use quote generating forms in order to find the most opportune lending offers.
To read more about business loans, you can go to http://loans.org/business to find a frequently updated library of financing information.
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