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Sallyport Commercial Finance Customizes a Credit Facility for a Mortgage Advisory Firm

5/15/20 – California – Sallyport Commercial Finance arranges a $2,000,000 Accounts Receivable facility including a $500,000 Cash Flow Loan to a company that provides due diligence and document management solutions.

“Listening and understanding our entrepreneurs needs and goals are paramount in crafting the right working capital solution to assist with future profitability and secure the confidence to lift their businesses to new heights.”  states Greg Dyson, National Sales Manager

A trusted advisor was confident Sallyport could structure the right solution giving the business the ability to pay off their existing lender and focus on their ongoing working capital needs.  With Sallyport’s assistance, they can now concentrate on managing through these unsettled times with confidence and position the business for a future acquisition.

 

 

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