La Agencia Federal para el Desarrollo de la Pequeña Empresa (SBA, por sus siglas en inglés) es una agencia federal que ayuda a los empresarios a administrar sus negocios y a obtener acceso a capital.
Small Business Administration
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a federal agency that helps entrepreneurs manage their businesses and gain access to capital. SBA loans have some of the lowest interest rates available, but usually require strong personal and/or business credit.
- Lowest down payments
- Longest payment terms
- Reasonable interest rates
- Suitable for wide range of business purposes
- Multiple programs available
- Lengthy paperwork
- Longer approval times
- May require collateral
- Strict acceptance criteria
- May be restricted from taking on another loan
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a federal agency that helps entrepreneurs manage their businesses and gain access to capital. SBA loans have some of the lowest interest rates available, and some loans are available exclusivel to small business owners.
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Just last week I said goodbye … again. This time, at the America East Lenders Conference in Philadelphia, I looked into the eyes of 400 partner lenders and SBA employees and announced the pending end of my term as regional administrator for SBA Mid-Atlantic. One last time I recounted the amazing work we’ve all done together over my four years with the agency, and the seven-plus years the Obama administration has spent supporting small businesses that are supporting our economy.
The Small Business Administration is issuing a proposed rule amending several regulations relating to the 7(a) and 504 loan programs used by banks. The proposed changes are intended to streamline SBA processes and update or remove outdated provisions — for example, by replacing the Certified Lenders Program with SBA “delegated authority” criteria.
When we look at Forward Cities’ focus on inclusive innovation, and its place in Cleveland’s emergence, we recognize the key part small businesses play in making Cleveland’s, as well as America’s, vision a reality.