Restaurants Seeking Shelter from the Storm

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Bielat Santore & Company Offering “No Cost” Consulting Service to NJ Restaurant Hurricane Victims

Since 1978, the principals of Bielat Santore & Company, Barry Bielat and Richard Santore, have sold more restaurants in New Jersey than any other real estate company. Many of the company’s most valued clientele have either had their restaurants severely damaged or in some cases washed away completely by Hurricane Sandy.

The SBA is encouraging survivors of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey to return completed loan applications now, even if they have not settled with their insurance company. Business loans are available to repair or replace disaster-damaged property, including contents. Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available for small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private non-profit organizations of all sizes having difficulties meeting operating expenses because of the disaster. The filing deadline to return applications for physical property damage is December 31, 2012. The deadline to return economic injury applications is July 31, 2013.

Bielat Santore & Company has procured over $500,000,000 in financing throughout the years, much of which has been issued under the SBA loan programs. “We know what they are looking for, we understand their requirements and we present them with a professional presentation that addresses all of their concerns,” states Richard Santore, Vice President of Bielat Santore & Company, Allenhurst, New Jersey. “Our firm is looking to help the many restaurant businesses in New Jersey devastated by the storm. If you need assistance filing your application or packaging the information required to apply for a loan, we are offering our service at ‘no cost’.”

If you would like to take advantage of this offer, contact Project Coordinator, Jenna Boker at 732.869.4200, complete an online inquiry on the web at

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