Clopton Capital Announces Lowered Commercial Mortgage Interest Rates of 3.5%

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Clopton Capital, as of Monday, January 16, has acquired access to lowered commercial mortgage rates that can be as low as 3.5%.

Clopton Capital as of Monday, January 16 has acquired access to lowered commercial mortgage rates that can be as low as 3.5%. This is a significant benefit over their prior arrangement which allowed rates to be as low as 4%. This has prompted the firm to increase efforts to promote their commercial loan services as they believe this increasingly competitive form of commercial financing will generate more commercial mortgage requests than any prior announcement they have ever had. “At this point all we need to generate commercial mortgage business is the publicity to let the commercial lending, commercial real estate, and business community know that we have access to something incredible. When money can be borrowed for 3.5% it's almost illogical not to borrow capital to purchase more property”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.

The firm is also engaging in new initiatives to recruit other commercial loan firms to refer Clopton Capital business in exchange for a revenue share in profits generated from such an arrangement. “I know there are a lot of firms out there that would like to have access to a program like this, but since many of them don't have access to it they should at least do right by their clients and use us as a secondary conduit to access these commercial mortgages,” said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital. The firm is currently open to referral agreements and no cost commercial loan consultations with any interested parties.

Any businesses or commercial real estate owners who are seeking business loans are urged to contact Clopton Capital at 866.647.1650 or via their website

For more information about Clopton Capital’s business loan services visit their website dedicated to them at To join their financial link exchange visit


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