February 9, 2021

Burgerim restaurant franchise partners with Cornovus Capital for tenant-improvem...

Working via Gerard “Jerry” Dehner, Managing Partner of Cornovus Capital, the OmSai Ram Investment Group has acquired tenant improvement, FF&E, interest carry, and working capital financing necessary for the build-out of a new Burgerim Franchise. A Cincinnati-based commercial real estate and business finance advisory firm, Cornovus Capital advised and arranged a SBA 7(a) loan facility, which...

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February 4, 2021

Three Reasons Cash Flow is Improved with SBA 7(a) Loan

Here are three great reasons to consider refinancing your current loan or using the SBA 7(a) for your next acquisition.  Cornovus Capital can connect you with the SBA lender most interested in your kind of work. Not every SBA lender will say “yes” to every kind of loan, which is why you want to talk with the experts at Cornovus Capital.  Reason #1 Borrowers who take out new 7(a) loa...

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January 30, 2021

Cornovus Capital Expands Partnership with Lee & Associates

Cornovus Capital has added a location and collocated with the newly built out offices of Lee & Associates RICORE Commercial Real Estate Services. The location features 20,000 square feet, houses Lee & Associates RICORE a franchisee of Lee & Associates, a rapidly expanding commercial real estate franchisor with over 150 independently owned and operated brokerage and property Management offices ...

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January 21, 2021

Cornovus Capital arranges an $4.2 million Comfort Inn & Suites refinance loan

CINCINNATI – Gerard Dehner, Managing Partner of Cornovus Capital, a Cincinnati commercial real estate and business finance advisory firm, arranged $4.2 million refinance for a Comfort Inn & Suites, 100-room, three story hotel property. The transaction was structured as an SBA 7a loan, with a 25-year fully amortizing loan schedule. For more than 25 years, Gerard Dehner, Managing Partner, Corno...

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July 7, 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on Small Businesses and a Way to Recovery

Entering into the year, the economy was on the rise. Borrowers were expecting significant liquidity from institutionalized lenders. Private money lenders were anticipated to be most active and the LTC percentages were going to rise, indicating an overall increase in risk appetite. After the worldwide spread of COVID-19 in February and the enforced self-quarantine as a measure; the financial struc...

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