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Spectrum Commercial Funding is composed of a group of highly experienced and seasoned, certified, financial professionals. With our knowledge and expertise, we can usually find a solution for all your financing needs. Unlike a bank, or local lending institution, which only lend to the most credit-worthy businesses, Spectrum Commercial Funding with its relationships with national lenders, can usually find you the financing you need.

Whether you need to get new equipment, finance your accounts receivable, raise working capital, or acquire a company, Spectrum Commercial Funding can do it all.

About The President

A native of the west, Eric Ondrick is a top-producing sales professional and business development specialist. As a successful business owner, he has proven achievement in driving revenue and profit growth for companies across service and product industries.

Educated in California residing in Idaho for over thirteen years, Ondrick has owned and managed a number of thriving companies. For over a decade he co-founded and helped build a successful regional mortgage company with his wife/business partner, Jessika Ondrick. Eric is currently President of his own commercial finance corporation, Spectrum Commercial Funding.

Eric is also the Glazer-Kennedy Inner Circle (GKIC) Idaho Chapter Director and a Certified Business Advisor for GKIC – an International Direct Response Marketing Organization. He hosts a monthly marketing meeting that currently draws over 60 local business leaders in the Boise area (www.GKICIdaho.com). Eric is a Member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO – Idaho) – an international membership of entrepreneurs.

Ondrick is a natural communicator who is characterized as a visionary with a strong work ethic, persistent spirit, entrepreneurial perspective and drive. He and Jessika successfully extend their financial management philosophy to their home and family. As a result, Money Magazine editors selected them for the cover story of Money’s 25th anniversary edition, October 1997. The issue focused on couples, families and finance.

As a past president of the Idaho Association of Mortgage Brokers (1998), Ondrick lent his experience and insight to Boise’s NBC affiliate, KTVB News Channel 7. For several years, Idaho at Sunrise featured weekly mortgage and investment advice with Ondrick. Ondrick has been awarded The Idaho Business Review’s 2005 Accomplished Under 40 award. The Ondricks, their two daughters and two sons, reside in Boise, Idaho.

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