Hey guys, Houston here with Business Credit America and I wanna wish all of you a Happy New Year. I hope that you all had an amazing holiday season, and now it's the beginning of a new year; and with this year coming up, a lot of things are changing. The banks are gonna be loosening up on funding. So there's more opportunities. More real estate is gonna be coming on the market for those that are real estate investors. A lot of things are gonna start easing up for you to have the opportunity to grow your business and to get access to capital to help fund the business. So in this video, what I wanna do, I wanna talk about the three things that you do not want to ever share with your banker when you're trying to borrow money. Okay. And the first one we're talking about for business loan rejection key points.
And that first key point is, when you go to a bank and they ask you, "What do you wanna use the money for?" You do not wanna respond you wanna make use of the money for a business venture, or a real estate opportunity. The reason is, you sound like a gambler. Because you sound like you wanna take their money, and see if you have the opportunity to make profits, and then come back and pay them. You don't never sound like a gambler, when you're trying to borrow money. So never use these terms in explaining why you need money. And those terms are, you do not wanna say that you're looking into a business venture, or a real estate opportunity. This is just a poor way of communicating why you need money for your business or for your start-up. So this is Houston with Business Credit America. This is our first key point. We're talking about business loan rejection key points, and I hope that this is something that you can understand, and that you can work within your plan, as you move forward to get funding for your business. I really appreciate the support, and look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.