Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Clopton Capital, a commercial mortgage corporation based in Chicago, IL, is stating their prediction that 2013 will be one of the most prosperous years for commercial lending and commercial property within the last several decades. Their reasoning behind this prediction involves an economic recovery, their own improving local economy and an abundance of undervalued commercial properties being for sale. "Two years ago it was hard to see the bright side of this industry and now it's surprising to here any negative opinions about the future of this industry at all", said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.
Clopton Capital feels it is beneficial to not only believe in an improving commercial lending and commercial mortgage atmosphere, but to understand the factors that make it so. "Optimism without objective reality backing it up is nothing more than superstition. I got into this business do to pessimism and I will stay in it because of the optimistic outlook I now have from what I have seen change in the last few years", said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.
The firm intends to capitalize on what they believe will be a very profitable year by increasing their exposure and knowledge of their brand via greater emphasis on commercial mortgage industry event based involvement and through greater referral incentives offered to their already existing business partners.
More importantly than announcing how they feel about the marketplace as a whole, the firm is announcing their own financial stability and intentions to continue operating under all of their current verticals in the year 2013. This includes, but is not limited to, semi truck financing, commercial mortgages, bridge loans and purchase order financing. The firm will however dedicate a larger portion of their time and finances to commercial mortgages. "It is a good time to pick a winner from our portfolio of commercial loans, and traditional commercial mortgages are definitely at the top of that list", said Jake Clopton.
To learn more about Clopton Capital's commercial mortgage solutions, visit CommercialMortgageSource.com.