EP090: How to Better Secure Business Credit for your Small Business

Why do you need business credit? Are you trying to get a small business loan? Are you a “GO” for commercial loan success?

In this episode, Matt and Dan speak to John Matheson, a business owner, investor, and experienced property developer, to answer all those questions.
John’s career spans from Wall Street to Main Street. His personal experience in using lender financing to fund and grow his businesses ignited his interest in his current business.
John is the CEO of Commercial Loan Success, a software and education platform designed to help small business owners and property investors make more informed financing decisions. John hopes to provide the resources and educational materials that small business owners, entrepreneurs, and real estate investors can use to confidently get financing and grow their businesses profitably. John is also the managing member of J. Healy Development, LLC, and has been in the property development business for 26 years. The company specializes in developing new projects into sustainable properties.
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