Take advantage of our many loan opportunities to and expand your small business.
SBA financing provides small business financing for working capital, commercial real estate, ground-up construction, equipment, inventory, business acquisition, and debt refinance. We lend nationwide.
General overview of programs uses:
Working capital, refinance, business acquisition, R/E purchase/construction, purchase equipment, or inventory
$350,001 to $5,000,000
Commercial R/E, inventory, FF&E (furniture, fixtures, and equipment)
Varies, up to 25 years
Fixed or variable rate
Owner-operated and for-profit
Varies, up to 90%
What Is the Purpose of SBA Franchise Loans?
The Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 to help small businesses secure the “capital, contracts, and counseling” that they need to become financially viable. Naturally, a significant portion of what the SBA does is provide prospective new businesses with purpose-driven loans.
The SBA has partnerships with numerous banks and lenders in all 50 states. As a franchise business owner, you can use an SBA loan to build a financial foundation for your new business. Or you can use it to grow your operations and manage short-term expenses. This may include paying franchise fees, opening an additional location, resolving cash flow issues, or even paying for commercial real estate.