There is nothing more fulfilling than to help businesses stay in business because you helped them get the funding that they needed. Also, being a business loan broker can be very lucrative, and you typically don’t need a license to sell business loans. Here’s our best commercial lending business opportunity.
What is a Commercial Lending Business Opportunity?
A commercial loan broker business is not like being a traditional loan broker, where you need licensing and several years in the field to make good money.
Business lending does not require any experience. Our opportunity requires no license or extensive training. You can know everything you need to know to start making money your first day after watching 3 one-hour videos in our resource center.
The requirements for our very popular same-day business cash advances are straightforward and easy to remember: the business needs to have a FICO of 450 or higher, be in business at least 6 months, and generate $5,000 per month in revenue the last 3 months. All the other details can be dealt with between the client and the underwriters.
We are looking for motivated people who want to help small businesses get the working capital they need. We have helped thousands of businesses with not only funding, but also customer financing and credit card processing.
The average loan amount is around $8,000 and the most popular businesses that we help are trucking companies, salons, and auto repair shops. However, we also can help most businesses because we work with over 700 industries.
How Much Does Being a Commercial Lending Broker Pay?
Before we get into how much you can earn as a commercial business loan broker, I want to add that our opportunity is completely free to join, unlike other commercial broker programs that can cost up to $35,000 to launch.
The highest average a loan broker can make is usually $250,000 a year. However, it is extremely rare to make that in your first year or two. What makes our opportunity more lucrative, where you can make up to $1 million a year, are the commissions (overrides) you can make off of your personally sponsored agents.
We pay you 10% to 100% on the commissions of all the agents within your organization, whether you recruited them or not. For instance, I have personally recruited 250 agents, but they have recruited as well which makes my entire team over 1000 agents and I can get paid at least 10% on them, depending on their rank.
So, the best way to build a successful commercial broker business is to get at least one business funded per month and recruit agents consistently, because you can earn passive income from your agents forever – plus, it’s free to join so it’s not too hard getting new agents.
How to Build Your Commercial Lending Business Opportunity
Business owners visit your website and can apply on the website. From that point forward, our lenders handle your clients, from follow-up to the underwriting to the final stage of funding. This is the easiest way to help a business get a loan in the entire industry.
Most brokerage firms require that you act as a go-between the client and the lender which means lots of paperwork, hours on the phone, and selecting the right lender for your clients. That is all done for you with our business loan broker program.
The bottomline is getting enough targeted traffic to your website. Our most successful agents use social media, paid advertising, and content marketing to drive a lot of traffic to their websites. The more that businesses visit your website, the more fundings you’ll get. It’s that simple.
How to Join Our Commercial Lending Business Opportunity
If you are over 18, live in the U.S., and are a motivated individual who wants to help businesses and potentially make life-changing income while doing it, then watch the video by our CEO and apply HERE.
I wish you all the success in the world. You will get a welcome email with your links when you sign up, plus a text from our upline trainer. If you don’t receive an email, please check your spam folder. God bless.
Here’s Our Best Loan Broker Opportunities
Erik Christian Johnson