DON’T MISS! Seminar on ALTERNATIVE ACCESS TO CAPITAL – April 18th in Jacksonville

A seminar by alternative lenders providing assistance with access to capital for those clients who may be unable to qualify for traditional bank commercial loan underwriting

April 18, 2012
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Coastal Carolina Community College
Melton Skills Center – Room 104a

Why you should attend:
This FREE seminar is to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs by providing alternative access to capital for ALL EXISTING SMALL BUSINESSES including those who are startups or in business for less than two years; have insufficient collateral; credit scores below the bank minimum; higher debt to income ratios; non-standard cash flow revenue streams; or are seeking smaller loan amounts than what lenders may be interested in lending.

Alternative lenders scheduled to attend:
US Small Business Administration
US Department of Agriculture
North Carolina Capital Access
Neuse River Development Authority
Center for Economic Empowerment and
Development (CEED)
The Business Loan Store
The Support Center
NC Rural Center
Superior Financial
Dunn Committee of 100

Pre-Registration is required!
Call the Small Business Center at: 910-938-6322 (or) 910-938-6389

This FREE SEMINAR is coming to Onslow County to provide direct lending assistance for ALL SMALL BUSINESSES including the following clients:
• Startup business
• Less than 2 years in business
• Less than stellar credit (as low as 550 credit score with some lenders)
• Cash flow ratio is less than bank requirements
• Debt to income is less than bank requirements
• Those seeking Lines of Credit (for seasonal or military contracts)
• Those seeking expansion capital
• Those interested in commercial real estate financing (lower down payments with attractive long term FIXED rates)
• Those seeking refinancing of debt – including credit card business expenses – without the risk of renewals, calls, or balloons
Take advantage of this 3 hour session to find out what alternative lending solutions are readily available to help meet your small business needs within the state of North Carolina.

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