When it comes to commercial lending, nothing beats first-hand knowledge of the local market. It is important to craft a business plan that allows business owners to succeed and scale, and that kind of long-term thinking only comes with years of market knowledge. With almost a decade of work in the Central Texas market, I am able to provide my clients with direct insights into the markets they hope to capture.
As a member of the Round Rock City Council, I am afforded a unique viewpoint on how local businesses impact our communities. I work closely with each client to ensure the successful launch of their business - including helping them navigate the underwriting process - but my real values lies in future-focused strategic planning. Thanks to the community of Round Rock, I am able to see the demands a community places upon businesses as they scale. As a result, I work to put my clients in the best possible situation to succeed both now and in the future.
In my free time, my family and I donate our time to assist local non-profits such as the Round Rock Rotary Club and the El Amistad Club. My role as both an elected official and a commercial loan officer has shown me the importance of building sustainable communities, and I’m grateful for the opportunities to impact the long-term health of Round Rock, Texas.
Here are three articles picked by Rene that will help borrowers navigate the commercial lending marketplace.
"This article does a great job of breaking down the pros and cons of using a property management company versus handling the day-to-day operations in-house."
"This article highlights a few of the most common misconceptions about commercial loans and serves as a valuable reminder not to believe everything you read online."
"If you find the different types of shell offices confusing, then this is the article for you. You'll learn all about warm shells, cold shells, vanilla shells, and more."
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