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Greg DeSalvo

Business Intermediary

Areas of Coverage:

Central Florida, West Florida

Resides In:

Orlando, Fl

Contact Info:

(407) 760.4966
(407) 594.2993
gregd@bossgi.com
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Bio:

Greg DeSalvo is a 3rd generation Orlando, Florida native. Growing up in a family business household, Greg gained valuable firsthand operational and management experience. Greg graduated from the University of Georgia in 1995 with a double major in Business Management and Computer Science.

As a former Bank executive, Greg is very well versed in current tax codes as they related to current markets, and a subject matter expert in bank underwriting. During his 25 year career, Greg has loaned over $550 million, and was a chairman’s club member for 8 years in a row. His financial expertise is a crucial ingredient for his personal portfolio and helping others with their acquisitions. Additionally, Greg specializes in 1031 placement consultation, offering a rare form of advisory services.

Greg is an innovator and true problem solver in commercial real estate and business brokerage. His experience and knowledge allow him to articulate and translate complex parts of the transaction process into digestible information for his clients. Greg’s focus is always to build rapport and long term relationships, and strives to provide tremendous value across the board.

 

If you are visiting this site to sign the petition in regard to getting the

Payroll Protection Program (PPP) automatically forgiven

for small business owners that received less than $150,000:

 

CLICK HERE

 

If you would like to learn more about this petition and what is going on with PPP loans and the sale of businesses,

please click here.

This petition was created by the help of Deborah A. Carman, Esquire with Carman Law Firm, P.A., pro bono.  To visit her site,

please click here.

Steve Mariani, from Diamond Financial Services, also helped create this petition, pro bono.  To visit his website,

please click here.

 

 

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,
Jim Parker