3500 Douglas Blvd Ste 130
Roseville, CA 95661
Sacramento, Central Valley & Sierras, Northern California
Senior Vice President, Business Development
Jim Azevedo is senior vice president of business development for TMC Financing, focused on serving small business clients throughout the greater Sacramento area. Jim is responsible for partnering with lenders and brokers throughout the Sacramento region to guide small and mid-sized business owners through the SBA 504 lending process.
Jim joined TMC Financing in 2012 to lead TMC’s Sacramento office. Under Jim’s leadership, TMC Financing has taken significant market share throughout the greater Sacramento region. Jim was a senior vice president and regional manager with Resource Capital from 1999 – 2012, where he was responsible for 504 loan production for the Sacramento region. Before his time with Resource Capital, Jim was in the lending industry with Westamerica Bank and US Bank. A native to the Sacramento area, Jim graduated from California State University Long Beach.
“Jim was a key player in helping me obtain financing to purchase my building. I had never bought a building before so Jim came in, took the reins, and guided me all the way to the finish line. He helped me find a good first lender when my other one backed out. Every time I reached out to Jim, he was there to give me the best advice. We’re a small family owned business that never had a chance to own our building but because of TMC Financing, it happened. Jim and the entire TMC team are beyond fantastic.”
—Ralph Jensen, Owner, Jensen Fasteners
“Working with Jim Azevedo was great. I worked with at least a dozen different bankers and agents on this project and Jim was by far the most pleasant to work with. Jim seemed easy going and professional and always kept on top of the situation. I always felt that Jim was trying his hardest to achieve our goal of purchasing the property. The loan is a great help to us. Being able to secure a permanent home for our business was very important to us. We can now concentrate on running and expanding the company and not worry about the cost of rent always going up or if we were going to be forced to relocate at the end of a lease.”
—David, Bear Label Machine, Inc.