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Our work is DEDICATED TO THE PROSPERITY of our clients!

At CommercialLendingX.com our focus is always on what is best for our Clients. We do not take the first loan solution we come across unless it is in the best interest of the Client. We are focused on finding the right solution for our Clients that not only matches their current needs, but will also help them with their future needs. We want our Clients to look back on their experience with CommercialLendingX.com and know they were treated fairly, were provided great service, and obtained a new loan and lending relationship that was well worth it to them.

Underwriting mistakes in the commercial lending industry to be mindful of and make you a better informed loan applicant

What happens when the time comes for your business to seek a loan? How does the loan underwriting process work and how do you give yourself or your business the best chance of being approved? Who is the underwriter and what role do they play in this process? What should you expect from your lender to mitigate potential underwriting mistakes more »

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State of Lending November 2014

Although there are plenty of economic indicators out there, following what is happening in the lending markets is another good one that is often overlooked. To give our clients a better idea of what is going on in the lending markets, below is a brief summary of what we have witnessed over roughly the last two years. At the start more »

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Number of Banks in the United States Hits Depression Levels

The number of banks in the United States has continued to decline, and has now hit its lowest level since the government began tracking data in 1934. At the peak there were more than 18,000 banks, but today that number has dwindled back down to just over 6,800 banks, with more than 10,000 leaving the industry between 1984 and 2011 more »

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