Teleclass # 142 Harold Alger – Competent Commercial Lending

Competent Commercial Lending

Do you have a use of funds for this loan?  How much money have you already put towards your plan?  How do you see this loan generating profit for your company?   How do you see yourself paying this loan back?  Join us for this FREE EDUCATIONAL NO SALES training call

Things Learned

  • Create the Desire
  • Prove the Need
  • Supply the Means.
  • .Audit style Documentation
  • .Verification of Lender Capability ( first person to funds )
  • .Green Energy Dollars in the market ( popular dollars )
  • .Alternate Lending Products ( Line of Credit, Equity, Purchase Order, Factoring)

Who Should Listen and Why

  • Real estate agents
  • Investors
  • Property management Companies
  • Those wanting to learn about commercial loans


Harold Alger

Harold is Alger Insurance and Consulting’s/Seneca Mortgage and Financial Services leader and owner/CEO. Originally from New York state, but now settled in Indiana, Harold has been in the commercial finance sector for many years. In 1995 he opened Seneca Mortgage and ran it successfully for 12 years becoming one of the largest lenders in the state of Indiana. He also worked as a financial consultant for Eastern Solutions Group Kuwait in brokering commodities and other finances. Later, he set up his own consulting firm, BOA Advisors Trust LLC culminating his experience in commodities and commercial financing into a successful consulting career. Bringing this experience to the commercial insurance table was a natural fit and progression. As a result, Harold has taken his talents and expanded them with the massive opportunity in assisting clients with their product sales and then insuring them. Rest assured, Harold provides unique outlook and analysis on the insurance market allowing him to better serve his clients over the competition; really, with Harold at your side, there isn’t anyone better qualified than he. Give Harold a call and get on the path to a better and brighter tomorrow.

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