Biz2Credit Clears the Lending Landscape for Connecticut Firm
Carlos Chavarria owner of Total Property Services in Stamford, Connecticut, needed funding to meet payroll. Because he owns a landscaping and construction firm, it was hard for him to obtain funding from a traditional source.
How Biz2Credit Helped
Chavarria had gone to a couple of banks and found it very difficult to obtain funding. He found Biz2Credit -- and case manager George Jouvin -- through Biz2Credit's partnership with The Latino Coalition.
"Biz2Credit has helped over 11,000 small businesses obtain the funding they needed," explained Carlos Chavarria, who grew up in Guatemala. "They gave me hope and helped me obtain the funding I needed for my small business."
Total Property Services was founded in 1999. The company is a landscaping and construction firm that does landscape design, masonry, irrigation systems, and property maintenance/seasonal upkeep. The funding Total Property Services received helped Chavarria meet payroll during a slow period
"I would recommend Biz2Credit, they are very helpful in helping small
business owners obtain the funding they need," said Chavarria.
$23,000 loan from an alternative lender.
"I would recommend Biz2Credit, they are very helpful in helping small business owners obtain the funding they need," said Chavarria.
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