Mercantile Capital Corporation

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Mercantile Capital Corporation, formerly Mercantile Commercial Capital LLC, provides commercial real estate financing for small business owners, primarily via the SBA 504 Loan. Founded in 2002, MCC has been featured in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, SmartMoney, BusinessWeek, Inc., and Franchising World.[1] Hurn also publishes his own online business blog and is a regular contributor to the Fox Business Network, where he is an advocate of encouraging small business financing in America.

MCC has been cited as one of the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing companies in America with a three-year growth rate of 951% (2007)[2] and the 5000 list in 2008,[3] the SBA's "Financial Services Champion of the Year" (2006),[4] the Orlando Business Journal's (OBJ)"Best Places to Work" (2005, 2006, and 2007), the National Association of Development Companies' "Banker of the Year" Award (2006), Coleman Publishing's "Marketing Guru of the Year" (2007), the Orlando Business Journal's "Best Small Company in Central Florida" (2007),[5] Seminole County (FL) Regional Chamber of Commerce's "Business of the Year" (2008), and the Orlando Business Journal's "Outstanding Small Business" Award (2008).