Available SBA Loans[cite::2400::cite]
- 7(a) Term Loans
- Express Term Loans
- Express Revolving Line of Credit
- Contract & Working Capital
- 504 Loan Program
Learn more about these loan programs here.
Benefits of SBA Loan Programs
- Qualify for a loan with lower down payment and reduce the amount of collateral needed
- Obtain competitive long-term rates
- Start or purchase a franchise
- Replace rent/lease payments with building equity in real estate
- Expand buildings and improvements for company operations
- Purchase equipment
- Finance large contracts and projects
- Refinance higher-cost debt and balloon payments
- Structure an SBA loan as a companion to non-SBA financing — diversification of loans
- Purchase related businesses
- Obtain a longer amortization to aid in cash flow repayment
- Qualify for loan repayment based on projections
- Invest in “green” technologies
At Amegy Bank, some of our most successful clients have utilized the SBA Loan Guaranty Program. With our team of dedicated Amegy Bankers, we customize and tailor loan programs to meet your business needs. Let us show you how our ability and agility simplifies the loan process. Amegy Bank is a Preferred SBA Lender, the highest designation awarded by the SBA.
Need Assistance with Your SBA Financing?
Want to talk? You can reach expert Amegy Bank representatives by completing the contact form, calling customer service or at any Amegy Bank banking center to determine which SBA loan is right for your small business and to answer any further questions you have about SBA loan rates, SBA loan amounts and repayment terms.
SBA Loan Resources
Visit the links below or go to www.sba.gov to get more information and services based on your unique business needs.
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