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Building your small business and helping it grow takes a lot of effort and more frequently a lot of money. More often than not the amount of money a small business needs in order to grow properly is difficult to obtain without help from outside sources, like loans. If your business is in the growing process and needs help getting loans, then turn to the SBA, or Small Business Administration. This federally funded program offers assistance to individual businesses in order to help them get the necessary loans or information they need in order to build their business. If you are interested in an SBA loan, then you will want to read the following to find out what an SBA loan is, how to qualify, and the best way to qualify for this type of financing.

First of all, a SBA loan is not exactly a loan but a guarantee for a traditional loan up to a certain percentage. The SBA works to help small businesses gain traditional means of financing like loans from banks or other lending institutions. However, many businesses are too risky for many banks to loan to. In this instance, if the company has equity or personal assets to back up a percentage of the loan, then the SBA will guarantee a large percentage of the loan for the company. When the SBA guarantees the loan for a company then banks feel more comfortable and less risk, loaning the money to the business. However, do not think that the SBA will loan you money or anything of the sort. The SBA is simply in place to guarantee loans and help you receive the financing you need.

If you are interested in qualifying for SBA assistance then you will need to fill out some forms and apply. The best thing to do in order to have the best chances of receiving assistance from the SBA is to ensure you have decent to good credit and assets that you can guarantee a percentage of your loan with as well as a business that is in a growth phase. If your company has really bad credit and no assets in which to guarantee a percentage of the loan with, then the SBA will not be able to help you. So, for the best chance of receiving this assistance make sure you have decent credit and can put up some assets or money to help your business grow as well.

The SBA is a wonderful federal program that's sole existence is to help the small business grow and be successful. However, make sure you meet minimum requirements for this type of assistance before you begin the application process. By doing this you will save yourself time and money spent on applications that are not qualified. If you have additional questions about the

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Robert Michael

Robert Michael is a writer for Fla Lending which is an excellent place to find lending links, resources and articles. For more information go to: http://www.flalending.com



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