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SBA 7(A) Loans

As the SBA flagship with term loans up to $5 million, this program can meet the needs of today’s small business marketplace. With longer term options than most conventional loans, small businesses can enjoy a smaller required monthly payment to improve cash flow and accomplish their goals. 7(a) loans can be used for all of the purposes noted above.

SBA website-7(a) loans

SBA Express

A subset of the 7(a) program and designed to be an expedited process, the Express program offers both term loans and lines of credit up to $350,000. The line of credit has a revolving period of up to 5 years, giving small businesses the flexibility to expand their business and manage their inventory and accounts receivable effectively. Express term loans can be used for all the same purposes as the 7(a) program.

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SBA 504 Loan

The 504 program provides a small business with long-term, lower
than market fixed rate financing to acquire major assets for expansion or modernization. Typically, these assets are owner occupied real estate or large equipment and machinery. First Financial Bank partners with a local Certified Development Company to deliver this popular solution.

SBA website-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