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​Truliant Knows Your Business Has Unique Lending Needs

Contributed by: Heath Combs

Entrepreneurs often travel unexpected paths. Brian Moerman couldn’t have guessed that his 112-acres of rolling hills in Cleveland, NC – once a tree farm for the landscaping business he owned – would become a sought after event venue.

In 2009, a friend asked if Moerman’s onsite pond with the million dollar view might serve as the background to a wedding. Thus, Moerman’s business The Arbors Events was born. For a recent loan refinancing, he turned to Truliant.

“I live within a mile of a major bank and always dreaded going there - dedicating an hour to what should take 15 minutes,” Moerman said. “Two decades with them doesn’t count for much. My contacts were always different. I always felt like a number.”

At Truliant, business lending officers like Heather Osterweil, shown above at left with Moerman, are easily accessible for your business’s unique needs. Learn more about our business lending team here

We offer a variety of customized business lending solutions. We take the time to fully understand the needs of your business and work with you every step of the way. We can help with your business’s commercial and owner-occupied real estate needs, operating lines of credit, loans for debt refinancing and restructuring, and SBA 7a/USDA government guarantee programs.

Truliant is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender. All loans subject to credit approval. 

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