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Business Loan Broker Training, Licensing & School Programs

Business Loans are in high demand. More and more companies are looking for loans and financing. You can provide the financing they need. Commercial lending is a huge industry, in fact there are over six hundred thousand new businesses starting every year and all of them need funding. Combine that with the hundred million business already operating in the United States, you have quite a large number of prospects. Wehn you decide to be a business loan broker you will take a 5 – 10 day class and learn everything there is to know about the field.

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Broker Training

The training consists of an intensive 5-10 day program. Upon completion you will be able to operate your own company and be your own boss. Your trainers will show you how to deal with all types of credit, from poor to flawless. It will also show you how to deal loans to business of all different sizes- large or small. When you decide to take the leap into training you will want to put in as much time as possible to grow your company and market the products effectively.

Below this section you will find some of the common training programs for business loans as well as schooling to actually start your own financing company. Make sure you take your time and find the program that is right for you and your goals before you decide to jump into this business.

The Courses

There are a myriad of training courses of there, you can contact us to find out more information. Remember, these trainings do not have franchise fees, once you complete the training you will never have to pay a royalty or franchise fee.

Types of Loans you can complete

Upon completion of a program you will be able to offer capital loans from $5,000 to upwards of one hundred million (in some cases even up to half a billion). Some of these loans can include:

  • Equipment Leasing
  • Sale-Leaseback Financing
  • Accounts Receivable Financing
  • Mobilization Financing
  • SBA Lending
  • Franchise Financing
  • Equity Financing
  • Distressed Note Acquisitions
  • Medical Loans
  • Merchant Cash Advance
  • Bridge and Hard Money Loans
  • Stock Loans
  • Medical Receivables Financing
  • Business Acquisition Financing
  • Purchase Order Financing
  • Energy & Commodity Finance
  • Structured Settlement and Annuity Financing
  • Commercial Real-Estate Development Financing
  • Commercial Real-Estate Financing
  • Venture Capital Financing
  • Inventory Financing
  • Unsecured Business Lines of Credit
  • Contract Financing

Business Loan Broker Training Programs

Loan Brokering

Loan Brokering

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Loan Broker Business

Loan Broker Business

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Loan Broker License

Loan Broker License

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Loan Broker Training Companies

Loan Broker Training Companies

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Loan Broker Training Courses

Loan Broker Training Courses

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Loan Broker Training Program

Loan Broker Training Program

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