Evan Singer, the CEO of SmartBiz loans, views its mission — improving companies’ access to Small Business Administration loans and other forms of credit — as a noble one.
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Currently headed by Evan Singer, SmartBiz Loans has been the pioneer in creating the leading online marketplace for SBA loans. It partners with banks across the country and establishes a win-win situation for both small businesses and lenders by ensuring that the “tedious” process of loan application becomes as intuitive and hassle-free as possible.
SmartBiz Loans, the #1 SBA marketplace and bank-enabling technology platform, is pleased to announce it has outpaced a number of national banks, including JP Morgan Chase, to become the top facilitator of SBA 7(a) loans $350,000 and less for the 2017 calendar year.
SmartBiz Loans announced today that it was the number one facilitator for SBA 7(a) loans under $350,000 for the 2017 calendar year, surpassing JP Morgan Chase.
SmartBiz Loans recently launched SmartBiz Advisor, the first, AI-driven, online education tool that makes the financial insights and analysis provided by a typical CFO available to small businesses at no cost.
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SmartBiz Advisor is an intelligent online platform that allows small business owners to easily and quickly learn how banks typically evaluate their business on key criteria before applying for a loan.
SmartBiz Loans, a digital marketplace for SBA loans, today unveiled its advisor product that will help users determine their loan-readiness and also provide guidance on financial health matters.
SmartBiz, a company whose online portal accepts Small Business Administration loan applications and sends them to member banks whose lending policies they match, is launching an artificial intelligence-based “advisor” tool on Wednesday.