Small Business Loan

An Accessible Small Business Loan From the SBA

If you have been doing your research into small business credit, you know that small business loan packages from the SBA are designed to support business growth by guaranteeing terms that small companies might not be able to access on their own. That’s why they are vetted so carefully. To access these loans, you have to be patient and provide a wide range of supporting documents. Luckily, when you work with a preferred provider like A-Key Funding Solutions, our associates are able to streamline the approval process so you get a determination faster.

Commercial Real Estate Loans

As long as you plan on occupying the majority of the floor space in your new facilities and you meet the requirements defining a small business, the Administration allows for financing on buildings. Finance any of the following commercial property types.

  • Restaurants
  • Office buildings
  • Gas stations
  • Storefronts
  • Warehouses
  • Factories
  • Auto repair shops
  • Automobile dealerships

Equipment Financing

Equipment loans make up a large percentage of the SBA loans that are granted each year, and that’s because these loans treat your new equipment purchases like long-term investments. With terms that can go as high as 25 years, you get controllable overhead designed to help you build your business. Equipment financing loans cover up to 80 percent LTV.

Acquisition Loans

15 year acquisition loans help you make sure you have the ability to purchase existing small businesses. The Small Business Administration favors loans for the continuation of businesses that are positively impacting communities, and all the loans are amortizing, fixed-interest-rate products.

When you are ready to move forward with a loan that will allow you to make a long-term investment in your company, you need to get in touch with our associates. A-Key Funding Solutions has the access you need to get your determination quickly, and the answers you need to understand how this loan fits into your overall business finance plan.