Don’t Get Burned!
Happy Thursday! On this day in 1871, the Great Chicago Fire was ignited. The story goes that a cow kicked over a lantern in someone’s barn, and the fire burned the city for two days. Over 200 people were killed and $200 million (about $3 billion today) worth of damages occurred. The city of Chicago rebounded quickly and became one of the most prominent cities in the United States. How does this apply to commercial lending? You won’t get burned by First Capital on interest rate or on loan pricing! Let us go to work for you to get you the best figures in the market.