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a bank loan granted for the use of a business

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L,LYG) is said to be planning to sell its Irish commercial loans portfolio.
In addition, with Silver Hill's unique program features and debt-to-income underwriting approach, more borrowers can qualify for financing and deals close more quickly than with traditional commercial loans.
Construction loans comprised a large percentage of the total commercial loan portfolio, illustrating Northfield's commitment to filling this need in the market.
We also assume that the financial information provided by commercial loan applicants can be audited, reviewed or prepared by management with no involvement by auditors.
Wynn says it's unfair and illogical that "a lending institution may opt out of providing data on the number and amount of commercial loans it makes to small businesses, small agricultural farms and minority-owned small businesses.
Keep Input Simple Commercial Loans was started to help real estate professionals, investors, mortgage brokers and lenders analyze commercial real estate on the front-end of a deal to find whether or not there is profit.
53% had 100% of their commercial loan volume classified as small business loans, 22.
Various aspects of this project, including the standardization of commercial loans, will be discussed tomorrow by consortium members and other participants at the Eighth Annual Real Estate Finance Roundtable, sponsored by NAR.
The bank provides commercial banking services, including real estate, construction, commercial loans and SBA loans, ranging from $50,000 to $30 million, to small- and medium-sized businesses in the Valley.
Elected officer in charge of commercial loans in 1972, he was designated commercial calling officer in 1976 and named to head the commercial loan department as vice president and senior lending officer in 1981.
Robert Campbell, president and chief executive officer of TBLG, said the decision to implement credit application decision support technology like BizMark resulted from the company's upward growth pattern and need for consistent, centralized underwriting for small commercial loans.
1% from $113,987,367 to $127,782,919, which was primarily centered in commercial loans.
Through Community Bank of Nevada's current 14 full-service banking offices in Nevada, two loan production offices located in Phoenix and San Diego, and the recently acquired Cactus Commerce Bank in Arizona, it provides commercial banking services, including real estate, construction and commercial loans and SBA loans to small- and medium-sized businesses.
She also founded Summit Financial/Ideal Realty, an independent mortgage brokerage company specializing in the production of residential loans, commercial real estate loans, commercial loans, and SBA mortgages for sale to banks and wholesale conduits, in 1985.
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