Get an SBA Loan For Relief Due To Coronavirus

  • Terms over 10 to 30 years with lowest interest rates in decades.
  • Expedited application process.
  • Get funded in about 4 weeks — not 4 months.
  • Our Funding Specialists get you the best rates.
Funding amounts from $10,000 to $10 million

Funding Amounts Up To

$25 million

Funding terms from 6 to 18 months

Available Terms

10 – 30 years

Same day deposits

Time To Funding

About 4 Weeks

Trump Administration Signs CARES Act Into Law.
Pumping $350 Billion+ into the SBA for Small Business.

President Trump is providing a $350 billion relief package to small business owners affected by the coronavirus outbreak as part of sweeping efforts to hinder the economic impact of the growing pandemic in order to put America back to work.

SBA Loan

  • Term over 10 to 30 years
  • Rates as low as 5.75% APR
  • Funds available in about 4 weeks
  • Funding up to  $25 million

SBA 7(a) program offers loan amounts up to $25,000,000 and is an all-inclusive loan program

For eligible small businesses within the U.S. States and its territories, the uses of proceeds include: disruption caused by coronavirus, working capital; expansion/renovation; new construction; purchase of land or buildings; purchase of equipment, fixtures; lease-hold improvements; refinancing debt for compelling reasons; seasonal line of credit or inventory. More capital available to more businesses and requirements are being lowered.


“This is not a financial crisis," Trump said during a primetime address from the Oval Office. "This is just a temporary moment of time that we will overcome as a nation and as a world.”. The low-interest loans are one of several Trump-backed initiatives to reassure businesses after days of market volatility.

What is an SBA Loan?

The Small Business Administration (SBA) 7(a) Loan Guarantee program is one of the most popular loan programs offered by the agency and is the basic SBA loan program. A 7(a) loan-guarantee is provided to lenders to make them more willing to lend money to small businesses with weaknesses in their loan applications.


Your business must be defined as a small business by the SBA to be eligible for the SAV 7(a) loan. You must be operating for profit within the U.S. or its possessions. You must have the resources to invest your assets in your business, and you must show that the loan is for a sound business purpose. Also, you must not be delinquent on any existing debt obligations to the U.S. government (such as student loans).


What Businesses Are Eligible?

Most types of businesses are eligible. The 7(a) loans may be used for such business purposes as purchasing land or buildings, equipment, machinery or supplies; for long-term or short-term working capital; for refinancing; or for the purchase of an existing business.


Our MCA funding option gives you a lump sum cash amount to spend any way you deem fit for your business without complicated and lengthy processing, excessive paperwork or restrictions on spending. This type of product makes it easy to secure working capital — leaving you more time to focus on your customers.

SBA Loans Can Support You Through Common Business Issues:

  • Capital Access: Incidents can strain a small business's financial capacity to make payroll, maintain inventory and respond to market fluctuations (both sudden drops and surges in demand). Businesses should prepare by exploring and testing their capital access options so they have what they need when they need it.
  • Workforce Capacity: Incidents have just as much impact on your workers as they do your clientele. It’s critical to ensure they have the ability to fulfill their duties while protected.
  • Inventory and Supply Chain Shortfalls: While the possibility could be remote, it is a prudent preparedness measure to ensure you have either adequate supplies of inventory for a sustained period and/or diversify your distributor sources in the event one supplier cannot meet an order request.
  • Facility Remediation/Clean-up Costs: Depending on the incident, there may be a need to enhance the protection of customers and staff by increasing the frequency and intensity by which your business conducts cleaning of surfaces frequently touched by occupants and visitors. Check your maintenance contracts and supplies of cleaning materials to ensure they can meet increases in demand.
  • Insurance Coverage Issues: Many businesses have business interruption insurance; Now is the time to contact your insurance agent to review your policy to understand precisely what you are and are not covered for in the event of an extended incident.
  • Changing Market Demand: Depending on the incident, there may be access controls or movement restrictions established which can impede your customers from reaching your business. Additionally, there may be public concerns about public exposure to an incident and they may decide not to go to your business out of concern of exposing themselves to greater risk.
  • Marketing: It’s critical to communicate openly with your customers about the status of your operations, what protective measures you’ve implemented, and how they (as customers) will be protected when they visit your business. Promotions may also help incentivize customers who may be reluctant to patronize your business.

Don't waste any more time. Available funds are moving fast due to unprecedented demand! Start your application now.

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