Explore Your Options Using a Private Placement Program from Commercial Lending Corporation

It is worth your time to explore your options with a Private Placement Program (PPP) from Commercial Lending Corporation whenever you are looking to raise a large amount of capital. A PPP can be used for a variety of reasons, including simple deals for seed capital to open a new business, to multi-million dollar raises for high growth companies, as well as real estate transactions. A PPP provides a practical option of raising capital from private sources, which is in compliance with federal, state and SEC regulations. It is important for you to understand the rules that apply to companies raising capital using a PPP. If you sell securities improperly to investors or fail to make the proper filings, you run the risk of facing a rescission issue with your investors.

The reason your need an offering is because most private lenders typically invest between $10,000 and $250,000. While there are super-wealthy investors out there, obtaining the funding for a PPP from these few is much more difficult than soliciting investments from small to mid-level investors. As a result, most private companies are able to raise the necessary capital by pooling together investments from a multitude of private sources, rather than a few large ones.

Filing and completing your PPP through Commercial Lending Corporation gives you direct access to hundreds of interested investors. In fact, CLC will even present your offering directly to their pool of accredited investors for them to review. If they


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