Clopton Capital Considers Discontinuing Church Loans Completely from their Business Loan Offering

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Recently, due to the lack of organization found in most church financial records, and the absence of established credit within churches on average, Clopton Capital is seriously considering ending their marketing, acquisition and offering of church financing services completely.

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Clopton Capital is a commercial lender that specializes in many different types of commercial loans. One such program they are particularly focused on right now is business loans.

Recently, due to the lack of organization found in most church financial records, and the absence of established credit within churches on average, Clopton Capital is seriously considering ending their marketing, acquisition and offering of church financing services completely. It is believed by the firm that there are better opportunities in focusing on their current more successful endeavors instead of consuming resources to underwrite church loans. The firm currently offer numerous other business loan services that they believe are far more advantageous to the current commercial lending market. “Working with businesses just seems to be easier and more rewarding on the whole. Businesses operate in a more efficient and organized fashion than churches”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.

One of their websites which was purchased and developed solely for marketing church financing products will remain static until they decide to return to marketing these services in the future. The firm plans to reallocate the time and financial resources to proving semi truck financing to their growing number of prospects and to increase the overall efficiency of their SBA loan and commercial mortgage services. “There are really just better opportunities which we are already succeeding at taking advantage. It's nearly impossible to find a church worthy of lending a significant amount of capital to that actually needs it. If they are worthy of lending to, they likely don't need the money and vice versa”, said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.

The firm states that if any business loan provider who specializes in church financing is looking for an optimized website to market church loans with they will entertain offers to purchase their current website, ChurchLoanSource.com.

The firm can be contacted regarding inquiries related to partnerships or semi truck financing programs at either SemiTruckSource.com or by phone at 888.374.2764. Any financial websites that wish to join their link exchange should visit CloptonCapital.com/link.

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