Nevada

Finance Small Business Growth with a Building Purchase

Unpredictable or rising occupancy costs can be a huge detriment to a small business and can often stump their growth.  Purchasing a building instead of leasing is an incredible option for small business owners interested in growing their business and avoiding rising rents.

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Small Business Financing in Nevada

Nevada has a growing economic foundation from world class gaming, recreation, tourism and many other one-of-a kind business opportunities.  A report issued by the Small Business Administration (SBA) in 2018, stated that small businesses made up 99.1% of all Nevada…

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TMC Las Vegas SVP of Business Development Retires after 10 Years

After 10 years of leading the Las Vegas market for TMC Financing, Ann Santiago, Senior Vice President of Business Development, is retiring. Ann has been an indispensable asset to TMC since the beginning. She built a successful career out of helping Nevada’s small businesses owners gain access to capital through the SBA 504 lending program. 

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SBA Loans Enhance Profit and Value

The CDC/504 loan features a low down payment and a below-market, long-term fixed interest rate. This affordable financing option makes building ownership possible for individuals who lack the capital to qualify for a conventional loan. Consequently, a larger pool of potential buyers means commercial mortgage brokers reap the benefits as well.

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TMC Financing Southern Nevada Team

Chris Hunter Joins TMC Financing’s Southern Nevada Team

Chris Hunter joins TMC’s Business Development Team in Southern Nevada. Based in Las Vegas, NV, Chris joins TMC with over 18 years of experience in SBA lending and will continue to serve small business owners by helping make commercial real estate ownership possible via the SBA 504 Loan Program.

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An SBA 504 Loan Can Finance Your Energy Upgrade in Nevada

Nevada has long been a leader in clean energy, and it is striving to maintain this momentum as its energy market evolves. Advocates are calling clean energy “a market opportunity,” as new technology is attractive to the state and energy  efficiency funnels growth into the economy.

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