Congress Needs To Act To Ease Credit/Lending For Challenged Commercial Markets

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Jim Helsel, the Treasurer of the National Association of REALTORS® testified before a House Panel on July 29th.  He stated that a strong commercial real estate sector is vital to millions of U.S. jobs and helps keep the national economy afloat.  Perhaps the esteemed members will listen to testimony "from the trenches" of small business.  Tax credits and assistance to hire employees are of little value if there is no capacity to retain them.  Businesses need access to capital when cashflow slows to maintain or increase inventories, acquire other businesses, or for new construction.  Small business vitality is what would help "prime the pump" of our economy; it needs to grow from the bottom up, not the top down.  Lending institutions are relucant to lend because of the presence of "Big Brother" and restrictive regulations.

Congress has acted to help address the situaton; the Small Business Lending Act of 2010 is greatly appreciated but we need more.  We are not asking for money, or tax breaks; rather small businesses need access to capital (which is not a "handout" from the government) for QUALIFIED business borrowers.  Hopefully they will hear us and respond positively.

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