Canada's leading commission advance company for real estate agents
Capital Growth recently announced their expansion to include a
dedicated department covering commercial real estate clients. The
response to this news has been incredibly enthusiastic.
CALGARY, Aug. 13, 2014 /CNW/ - Working in real estate can certainly be a
very rewarding profession, but it does come with unique challenges. One
of these is often the long waits in the commission cycles faced by
realtors and real estate agents. Fortunately, in Canada there's a
company that has stepped up providing a service that can help fills the
holes in these cycles quickly, effectively, and affordably - Calgary's Capital Growth Finance Corporation. Capital Growth has worked hard to earn a top reputation as one of
Canada's favourite commission advance companies for realtors and real estate agents, and recently announced
their launch of a new department dealing strictly with commercial real estate commission advances to better serve their valued customers.
"We are very excited to announce this new area of focus," commented Ryan
Suchet, company president. "It represents a new challenge for us, as
well as a new market opportunity. Commercial realtors have unique needs
and we are ready to exceed their expectations in speed, cost, and
According to the company, they have seen great success serving
residential real estate agents in 2014 with Capital Growth's winning
combination of a unique application process, the lowest costs in
Canada, a lightning fast payment process and customer centric service.
This business model was the inspiration for their expansion into
offering commercial real estate commission advances.
Their proprietary risk management system is expected to make their step
into the commercial area a profitable one, even though this sector is
often larger, more complex and risky. The company has every confidence
in its success.
The new department will also be based in Calgary, AB, along with the
rest of Capital Growth. Analysts view Calgary as a hotbeds of real
estate activity, and this trend is expected to continue to grow.
SOURCE: Capital Growth Financial Corporation
For further information:
For more information visit http://www.capitalgrowth.ca.