Virginia SBA Lenders

While SBA does not make loans directly, small businesses may apply through an SBA participating lender for an SBA guaranteed loan. You may also speak directly with a local SBA representative by calling 804-771-2400.

Below are:
• a list of Virginia SBA Lenders who may make loans under SBA's 7(a) loan guaranty programs
• a list of Virginia SBA Certified Development Companies who administer our 504 loan program,
• a list of lenders offering Veteran incentives.

A list of SBA Microlenders and information on the SBA Microloan Program which can provide small businesses with loans up to $50,000 is available at http://www.sba.gov/content/microloan-program.

Attachments:Virginia 7(a) Lenders List_36.docxva_VetIncentivesTable.pdfCDC's.docx



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