Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans
For businesses who need flexibility, we provide Small Business Administration (SBA) government-guaranteed loans and Massachusetts Capital Access Program (CAP) loans. Small business loans give you the opportunity to start a business that you might not be able to self-fund, as well as the ability to grow your existing small business. We are an SBA Preferred Lender and offer loan programs including 7a, 504, SBA Express and Export Express, as well as traditional small business loans. As a top SBA Lender in New England, we’re able to further help businesses in our community grow and expand by offering government-guaranteed SBA loans. SBA loans offer a selection of rate and terms to fit the needs of your business, including:
- Fixed or variable rate options
- Flexible repayment terms available
- Revolving lines of credit for working capital
Plus, these loans can be used for:
- Business debt refinancing and consolidation
- Inventory, machinery or equipment purchases
- Commercial real estate acquisition, renovation or expansion
Contact Michael Semizoglou and learn more about Small Business loans options for your business.
Types of SBA Loans
A general purpose term loan to help start, expand or renovate your business.
A line of credit that offers an expedited review process.
A commercial mortgage with a low down payment for aquisitions.
Massachusetts Capital Access Program (CAP)
A loan designed for Massachusetts small businesses with 200 or fewer employees.
A loan for financing your export development.
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