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Primary Lending $ource
Our company was founded on the idea of helping people and business get the loan they need. Ever since our organization was established, we have endeavored to put people first and establish long
term relationships with our clients. We are a minory owned business that values diversity and work to lift small business to achieve success in a competitive environment.
Primary Lending Source does buusiness in 50 states and is a preferred Brokerage to over 20 of the top lenders that specialize in every lending nitche. This is
how we give our clients the big adavantage over other lenders including banks. We also have access to over 1 billion dolars in Private Equity funds that fill your short term needs.
Our team is made up entirely of Commercial bankers as well as Brokers that undertand how much of a headache it is in dealing with banks and revolving doors. We will focus on listening to your
needs and set the right expectations so your wont be left in the dark. Most of all we strive to provide you with several options and you can choose the option that will serve your short and long term
We will be available and in touch with you throughout the process and promise to update you via email or phone and be available when you call and not be put aside. We feel that this not
too much to ask for our clients.
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