Small Business Loan (SBA)


Understanding SBA Loans

For small businesses, the Small Business Administration offers many resources. Although the SBA doesn’t actually offer loans, its loan programs is one of the best ways for smaller operations to get financing. The administration actually underwrites loans and works through conventional lenders. At Acquiring Business Capital, we help you apply for a small business loan to get the financing you want at competitive rates. Our professionals work hard to get you financed quickly and without hassle or headache, but keep in mind that you will need to know what you want the money for and you will be required to give the SBA your business plan and other documents.

Does Your Business Qualify?

Businesses which qualify for SBA loans have to meet all the requirements of size, typically based on income or sales. There are certain types of businesses which cannot be funded, but most small businesses do fit:

  • Restaurants
  • Franchises
  • Apartment buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Gas stations
  • Hotels/motels
  • Healthcare providers
  • Veterinary offices
  • Auto dealerships and repair shops
  • Nursing homes or adult assisted living centers

This type of loan is similar to a traditional loan, but by going through the Small Business Administration program, you have more benefits than other loans.

We Are a Preferred Lender

SBA loans offer smaller businesses a level playing field in the finance market. Because we are a preferred lender, we can help you obtain that loan to move forward in your industry. There are many different types of programs, which can help you find the right funding for expansion, working capital, or renovations. The terms and rates are highly competitive and are fully amortized.

Work with one of our certified financial professionals to get the financing that fits your business. Contact us today to see which of the products in our portfolio fits the way you do business. We want to help you meet your goals and objectives by providing financing during any season of your business.