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Looking for Financing? Find your 'Niche'by JP Blevins,General Manager of Healthcare Lending at Live Oak Bank
Do you hear opportunity knocking at your office door? If you are a dentist in the market to purchase or build a practice, the loan application process should begin long before you fill out any paperwork. Number one on your to-do list: find a lender that understands your unique financing needs.
It's time to consult a specialist.Your loan approval process should begin with an interview. YOU interviewing lenders to find the right match for you. The best match could very well be one of the large conventional lenders. Or, it could be a niche lender that specializes in financing dental projects.
When you need surgery, you want the best oral surgeon available to you. While there may be plenty of qualified surgeons who can perform the necessary procedure, their experience and the skill born of that experience can vary widely. Before making your selection, you want to know how many times and how often they have performed this procedure. Likewise, there are plenty of lenders who can finance your practice. However, if you scratch the surface by asking how frequently they handle projects like yours, you will probably find that their experience falls short. Most lenders provide small business loans, along with other financial products and services, across all industries, never fully-understanding the needs and potential complications that come with lending to dentists. By finding a bank that understands your industry, you will likely encounter fewer roadblocks throughout the loan process.
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