SBA Loan Firm Vows to Reinvest 2012 Profits into Operations

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Clopton Capital plans to reinvest all SBA loan profits in 2012 into expanding loan operations and capacity.

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Clopton Capital is an SBA loan provider based in Chicago, IL. The firm has existed for roughly two years and is currently focused primarily on SBA loans despite being involved in numerous other forms of commercial financing. Their primary reasons for choosing SBA loans as their primary business are their connection to a conduit offering 4% interest rates and the increasing demand for commercial loan refinancing in the current American economic climate. The firm is so sure of the promise of SBA loans that they are now vowing to reinvest all of their profits from this specific financing mechanism into the company's operations. “There is simply too much to gain in the long run to not commit ourselves to what is possibly the greatest commercial financing product America has ever known”, said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.

Clopton Capital shares the belief with many other commercial financing operations that SBA loans will increase in demand significantly over the coming 2-3 years due to an incredibly tight commercial lending environment. They also believe that this demand will prove to be progressively lucrative to them as commercial grows harder to access.

Clopton Capital's future plans involve finding more ways to utilize SBA loans for the purpose of commercial financing. This includes utilizing these types of loans for specific purposes such as gas station financing, commercial mortgage refinancing and various other ancillary commercial loan uses. “There are so many way SBA loans can be utilized and with fewer and fewer commercial financing options available we want to get the most out them”, said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.

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


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