South End Capital's fee waiver further solidifies it as the best choice for veterans and first responders seeking small business financing
NORWALK, Conn. (PRWEB) July 10, 2019
South End Capital, the innovative, non-conforming real estate and business lender is pleased to announce its decision to waive its SBA underwriting fee for veterans of the US armed services, and former or active first responders (police officers, firefighters or EMS).
South End Capital's SBA program caters to non-conforming business owners who have been turned down by traditional SBA lenders due to poor credit, lack of collateral or other common barriers to financing.
South End Capital President Noah Grayson stated, "Veterans and first responders are not only our national heroes, but own over 2.5 million US small businesses, making them an integral part of our economy. Our own Mike McGee is an Air Force and Ohio National Guard veteran, and his work ethic and discipline have proved vital to the success of South End Capital."
This fee waiver will constitute a savings of up to $2,500, and will enable veterans and first responders to proceed through the South End Capital SBA loan process up until the issuance of a loan commitment, with zero out-of-pocket costs. South End Capital's fee waiver further solidifies it as the best choice for veterans and first responders seeking small business financing.
South End Capital invites all veterans and first responders seeking business financing to visit http://www.southendcapital.com for more information.
About South End Capital Corporation
Founded in 2009, South End Capital is a nationwide, non-conforming lender providing small balance real estate loans, subprime SBA financing and business credit lines. We are committed to providing excellent service and innovative financing that is affordable for all borrowers. Additionally, we provide fee discounts for veterans and first responders.
LendVer, US Business News, Fit Small Business, Top Ten Reviews and Business.com have each recognized us as one of the premier non-conforming lenders in the country.