Business Loan Demand Expected to Hit Near All Time High in 2012

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For numerous reasons Clopton Capital believes that the demand for business loans in 2012 will possibly it's peak in American history. Their primary reasons for believing this are economic recovery, trillions of dollars in commercial debt that is due to be refinanced and an increase in cash rich soldiers returning from Iraq.

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Many of these soldiers coming back are single and have upwards of $30,000 or more saved and in this economy very likely will want to start their own business or purchase commercial property instead of just taking a mediocre job

Clopton Capital is a semi truck financing provider and is located in Chicago, IL. They primarily focus on commercial mortgages, SBA loans and niche financing mechanisms such as gas station loans and owner operator financing. The founder of Clopton Capital is Jake Clopton and this press release is part of Clopton Capital's consistent effort to remain involved with the public, namely their future clients. Clopton Capital can be contacted at CloptonCapital.com.

For numerous reasons Clopton Capital believes that the demand for business loans in 2012 will possibly it's peak in American history. Their primary reasons for believing this are economic recovery, trillions of dollars in commercial debt that is due to be refinanced and an increase in cash rich soldiers returning from Iraq.

The firm believes economic recovery in America is not only overdue, but inevitable and that this will be one of the largest growth factors in commercial lending in 2012. “In my opinion certain potholes have curbed a recovery, but most have them have been eliminated by now and America is ready for another bullish year”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.

It is relatively well known that many commercial mortgages and SBA loans are due to be refinanced and that many of these mortgage refinancing needs have been postponed through the use of commercial bridge loans.

A less acknowledged but significant factor in the demand for business loans is the influx of veteran owned businesses throughout America that many believe will be established in the next few years. “Many of these soldiers coming back are single and have upwards of $30,000 or more saved and in this economy very likely will want to start their own business or purchase commercial property instead of just taking a mediocre job”, said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.

Clopton Capital can be contacted at their website CloptonCapital.com or at 866.647.1650 during regular business hours central time. Their website contains more specific information about their commercial loans. Their website dedicated to business loans is CloptonCapital.com.

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