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Start or expand your business with loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration. Use Lender Match to find lenders that offer loans for your business.
We support America's small businesses. The SBA connects entrepreneurs with lenders and funding to help them plan, start and grow their business.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) guarantees business loans issued by approved lenders. SBA loans, though difficult to qualify for, carry low interest rates up to 11% with terms up to 25 years. The six types of SBA loans are 7(a) loans, community development corporation (CDC)/504 loans, CAPLines, export loans, microloans, and disaster loans.
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SBA loans are long-term, small business loans partially guaranteed by the government. The U.S. Small Business Administration is a federal agency committed to furthering the growth and development of small businesses and partners with lenders nationwide in their loan programs.
A loan for favorable terms from the SBA may also be available. There is some uncertainty as to the amount available, but up to $150,000 or $2 million has been reported.
A loan with a Small Business Administration guarantee will require many documents for the SBA and the lender to gauge your lending risk. Each lender sets rules within the SBA's guidelines, but a complete business plan is a must.
The SBA helps small businesses get SBA loans by guaranteeing them up to a certain percentage. SBA loans can be used for many purposes — including launching or expanding a business, purchasing inventory or equipment, or consolidating high interest debt.
SBA Office of Disaster Assistance | 1-800-659-2955 | 409 3rd St, SW. Washington, DC 20416
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