This report is produced directly to provide more understandable insights about some of the most important business financial problems that affect commercial borrowers. Our approach in this report is to describe the current state of commercial loans in six words. We have adopted a similar model in other commercial financial statements such as “seven words to describe commercial property loans”. The “simpler better” perspective reflects the belief that after hearing the number of reports that are almost endless about the difficulties of commercial loans, which might really be by small business owners are a more concise explanation of this problem and the impact that is produced in the financing option of their business ,
Before continuing, it is important to emphasize that small business financial options are often more complicated than anticipated by many business borrowers. We are clearly not trying to characterize business loans and working capital financing as straightforward or simple. In fact, on the contrary is the case. Unavorable reality that most of the business financing process is always too complicated and an increase that means not on the way is one of our sustainable observations. We still feel that it is important for every small business owner to have an absolute and total understanding of the entire commercial financial process in the face of the complexity of the commercial loan that applies. To help provide more understandable insight into commercial loans and business banking problems, this special report is one of several thorough efforts on our side.
Our first example of six words describing business financing options is “the bank said no more often”. For every small business owner who is still unaware of this hard reality and who might doubt this observation, a series of honest conversations with other business borrowers may remove all doubts. The failure of the bank to provide an adequate level of business loan based on widespread is the main point to remember. It is important for small businesses to realize that they are not alone when they hear banks they say no routine demand for commercial financing.
“The value of commercial property has dropped dramatically” is a second observation. There are very few exceptions. The greatest impact of business financing is likely to occur with a commercial refinancing situation. Many banks aggressively considering existing commercial real estate loans and this literally forces the borrower to find business financing even if a business owner is not interested in reducing their commercial mortgage. By reducing the value of commercial real estate, business refinancing will be a challenge for most small businesses.
“Line of credit disappears quickly” is a description of six other words of commercial financing. Even the most successful business requires a source of reliable working capital financing, so this situation is very serious if the business cannot replace bank financing when suddenly disappear. Even if the business still has an adequate credit pathway, it is important to realize that on a bank base that extends to reduce and eliminate business credit lines with almost no prior notification.
As our final observation in this report, “business financing in intensive care”. Extreme steps such as firing their bankers and finding alternative commercial funding sources need to be anticipated by small business owners in many cases. Bankers are not honest enough about the problems of commercial loans in the past, and no one hopes that they will openly announce that they are in any financial matters. Conversely, the prospects that apply from most banks are normal loans for small businesses. When dealing with commercial lenders, commercial borrowers will need a healthy skepticism.