Member Since 2018
United Capital Source Inc.
Greater New York City Area
Jared Weitz has been in the financial services industry for more than 10 years. Due to his extensive work experience and deep network of close relationships, he handles a multitude of different finance options for all his clients and contacts. Over the years, he has held positions in some of the largest business financing companies in the U.S. Some of his roles have been: Underwriter, Director of Business Development, Managing Partner and currently, CEO of United Capital Source, Inc. Read a feature article on Jared Weitz in deBanked.com: http://debanked.com/2015/10/united-capital-source-ceo-jared-weitz-is-debankeds-september-october-cover/ Jared’s specialties include: leasing, equipment financing, small-to-mid-sized business financing, large cap finance, merchant services, mortgages (both commercial and residential), underwriting, contract negotiation, and financial analysis and projection.
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At United Capital Source, we provide funding to small businesses that have difficulty obtaining that money elsewhere. We provide your business with the capital it needs to operate your business. Moreover, we provide it quickly. Our goal is to eliminate the difficulties encountered at traditional lenders and make it easy for anyone to receive financing for their small businesses.