Small Business Administration
$5,000 - $2MM
24 - 60 months
A Small Business Administration Loan (“SBA Loan”) is a small business loan program administered by the Small Business Administration and is partially guaranteed by the government.
This program works with other financial institutions to help give small businesses access to working capital that has longer terms and lower interest rates.
Most businesses seeking working capital to purchase inventory, operate, or expand a business can benefit from a SBA Loan.
Many companies have business needs such as expanding in technology or location, payroll needs, new marketing endeavors, which require access to working capital that have longer terms and lower interest rates.
SBA Loan amounts typically range from $5,000 to $2 million dollars. And due to the fact that an SBA Loan is partially guaranteed by the government, it helps reduce the lender’s risks, which allows for the lower rates and longer terms.
Secure Financing for your Business
SBA Working Capital loans are a great option for entrepreneurs who need funds for business operating expenses. These loans fall under the category of SBA 7(a) loans.
With rates between 5-8% and terms between 5-25 years (oac) refinancing debt through SBA loans offers affordable lending solutions for small and growing firms.
SBA 7(a) Loans can be a great solution for financing long-term equipment. SBA International Trade loans can be used for fixed assets for construction and real estate equipment for export transactions.
Minimum Qualifying Criteria
650+ credit score
24+ months in business
$10,000+ average monthly bank deposits
Signed one page funding application
3-5 most recent business bank statements
Business tax returns and more
Lower APRs and longer repayment periods
SBA programs offer both small and large funding amounts for optimal coverage
With large loan amounts and low SBA loan rates, these small business loans can be ideal for growth initiatives.
SBA loans have more stringent rules and are more time-consuming than other funding products.
The borrower may be required to make a down payment
Length of time to receive funds is slower which means that SBA financing may not be a good fit for certain business needs.