Sba7a.loans is privately owned and is not affiliated with any government agency. Business loan offers that appear on this site or on sites to which we may direct visitors are from companies or affiliates from which Sba7a.loans may receive compensation. This compensation may impact how and when we may direct visitors to particular companies. Sba7a.loans does not include all business loan companies or all types of offers available in the marketplace. We offer a free, for-profit, advertiser-supported loan connecting service for Paycheck Protection Program SBA loans (“PPP Loans”) and other types of small business loans.
We promptly send loan requests to a Loan Agent or Affiliate. The submission of a request is always free to you. The Loan Agent or Lender Partner will review this request. If they determine that you may qualify for a PPP loan or other applicable small business loan, they then connect you with a specific lender in their network and assist you in submitting your loan application to the lender. The lender you are connected with (if any) will only be disclosed after you submit your request.
Submitting a request on this site and submitting the application through a Loan Agent or Affiliate Partner are totally free to you. Your lender will compensate our Loan Agent or Affiliate Partner for acting as a PPP Loan agent or other small business loan agent. Loan Agent or Lender Partner will compensate us for advertising their PPP Loan agent and other business loan services. Many factors impact which PPP Loan lender, if any, you may be connected with. How much the Lender is willing to pay Loan Agent or Lender Partner may have an impact. Loan Agent or Lender Partner does not have access to all lenders offering PPP Loans or other small business loans. However, the loan terms for PPP Loans are always the same no matter what lender you apply with.
If Loan Agent or Lender Partner determines that you are not eligible for a PPP Loan or if they cannot connect you with a PPP Loan lender, you may receive offers for different types of SBA or non-SBA loans. This is also at no cost to you and you are at no obligation to accept any loan offers made to you. Many factors impact which of these lenders, if any, may offer you a loan. How much they are willing to pay may have an impact. Always carefully review the details of loan offers shown to you and compare it with other options. There is no one-size fits all business loan. Rather there are several types that will likely be offered and or discussed with you upon completing your request. The companies to which we may connect you determine the underwriting criteria necessary for approval. You should review each such company’s complete terms and conditions to determine which business funding option works for your business’s financial situation. There is never a guarantee your business will be approved for credit or that upon approval your business will qualify for the advertised rates, fees, or terms shown. Lender terms and conditions will apply and all products may not be available in all states. Ask your loan representative for details.
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