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SBA Lending

Small Business Administration (SBA) loans are designed to help small businesses, who don’t have access to capital through conventional lending channels, obtain the financing they need to grow their businesses. CommunityBank of Texas offers SBA’s primary loan programs, SBA 7a and SBA 504 loans.

SBA loans are available for both start-ups and existing small businesses if they have been formed “for profit” and meet SBA’s size and eligibility criteria.  Loans can be used for a variety of business needs including purchasing, renovating or constructing a building, leasehold improvements, purchasing equipment, inventory, furniture & fixtures, refinancing debt, business acquisitions and working capital.

Generally, SBA loans offer longer repayment terms, require less money down and offer monthly payments that are lower than conventional financing terms. 

CommunityBank of Texas has a dedicated SBA lending staff with over 75 years of collective experience in originating and funding SBA loans.  Your loan will be underwritten, approved, closed and funded by a team of experts in the intricacies of SBA lending.  We will work with you from the application stage through the final funding of the loan enabling you to focus on your business while we take care of the details of the loan process.

CommunityBank of Texas – SBA Lending

If you’d like additional information regarding how a SBA loan from CommunityBank of Texas could benefit your business, please contact Paul Reade at preade@cbotx.com or at 713.308.576 or Jerry Tarnopol at jtarnopol@cbotx.com or at 713.308.5778.

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