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Commercial Mortgage Free Report: Get the Loan, Skip the Hassle Helps Business Owners Get Funded

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May 3, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

The United States Small Business Administration (S.B.A.) says 30-50-percent of all commercial space in America is occupied by the small business sector, and yet securing money to purchase or refinance commercial property is difficult for small business owners. Conventional banks and other lenders are simply not focused on the needs of small business. K2 Commercial Finance now provides a free report to get borrowers in the best possible position for commercial mortgage success.

Securing a commercial property loan has become a complex and time consuming process. The lending environment changes quickly and few small business owners have the time to keep up with the lenders and loan programs that may be most appropriate for their unique situation. This free report provides an outstanding overview of the small commercial real estate financing process and prepares borrowers for success.

“Get the Loan, Skip the Hassle” is a primer for any and every business owner to read before they dive into the market for commercial property financing. It quickly delivers tips and strategies that help prospective borrowers present themselves and their loan requirements in the best possible light, identify loan programs and financing sources most likely to fund the transaction, and enter the process prepared with the documentation lenders will require for rapid loan processing.

“The report teaches readers how to think like a lender and position their loan request for success,” K2 Commercial Finance president Ken Kaplan says.

K2 Commercial Finance has specialized in meeting the financial needs of small business owners and operators for over a decade. As a result the company has a highly efficient system to professionally package commercial loan requests and identify the loan programs and specific lenders most likely to close each transaction. The company is unique in that it specifically serves the needs of small business owners and entrepreneurs who are difficult to finance and lack the expertise to confidently navigate today’s challenging lending environment.

“We want to help small businesses secure the best possible loan as quickly and easily as possible,” Kaplan says. The Company can now be a direct lender on a non-income verified low documentation loan program in addition to working with high quality regional and national lenders for S.B.A.and conventional loans. “We work for free unless and until our clients are funded.”

“Get the Loan, Skip the Hassle” is available for free download at http://FastCommercialMortgages.com using the basic form request on the website. Only a name and email address are required. Users will gain industry insight as well as resources to assist them in their commercial mortgage needs. People who use the report will be able to:

• Identify the best lender,

• Professionally present your loan application,

• Move quickly through the loan process, and

• Get the best possible loan for your situation.

About K2 Commercial Finance

K2 Commercial Finance works with small business and commercial property owners who need financing to purchase or refinance commercial real estate. SBA loans can also be used for business acquisitions. Since 2001 the company has helped clients secure over $60 million. The company is a direct lender on loans of up to $500,000 and works with SBA Preferred Lenders to secure government guaranteed loans of up to $5 million. The company is only paid upon successful loan closings with no up-front fees being charged.

Contact: Ken Kaplan, President
215-230-1885 or ken@k2cfinance.com
13 Goldeneye Court
New Britain, PA 18901

Please visit the company’s website at: http://FastCommercialMortgages.com

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