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SBA 7(A) Loans

The Small Business Administration 7(a) loan program is the most frequently used government-enhanced small business loan program. Loan proceeds may be used for a plethora of business needs: from acquiring real estate, equipment, re-financing, business acquisitions, establishing a new business, expansion of existing businesses, the 7(a) program meets the needs of today’s emerging business with capacity of a lending loan size of up to $5,000,000.

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7(a) loans

SBA Express

SBA Express loans can be granted to businesses that are in need of a revolving line of credit. With less paperwork and a quick funding process, a small to medium sized business can obtain a convenient line of credit up to $350,000. Funds can be used for startup, expansion, inventory, or working capital.








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Express

SBA CAPLine

The SBA CAPLines program is designed to help small businesses meet their financial and cyclical working capital needs. With the ability to offer up to 5MM in a revolving line of credit, small businesses now have the ability to address their short-term working capital needs. Whether to finance accounts receivable, specific contracts, seasonality of their business, the CAPLine product can create the winning solution so many small business owners need.

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CAPLines

SBA 504 Loan

The 504 SBA Loan provides small businesses with long-term, fixed-rate financing to acquire major fixed assets for expansion or modernization. The assets are typically real estate, buildings, equipment and/or machinery. The SBA loan amounts can go up to $5.5MM and financing is typically secured in conjunction with a Certified Development Company (CDC).




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504 Loans

For further information on specific rates and terms of this loan program, please visit the SBA website. The terms and conditions are solely within the control of the SBA and may change at any time at the sole discretion of the SBA. All loans subject to credit approval