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Lenders

Financial institutions and other organizations work with SBA to give small businesses loans. SBA has three loan programs: 7(a), CDC/504, and Microloans.

Announcements

Program details

  • 7(a) loan program

    If you’re a member of a financial institution authorized by SBA to issue 7(a) loans, use this page to access SBA forms, get program updates, and more.
  • CDC/504 loan program

    If your organization is designated by SBA as a CDC authorized to issue 504 loans, use this page to access SBA forms, get program updates, and more.
  • Microloan program

    If your organization is designated by SBA as an intermediary in its Microloan program, use this page to access SBA forms, get program updates, and more.
  • Become an SBA lender

    As an SBA-certified lender, small business loans you issue will be backed by a federal guaranty.
  • Lender reports

    Find data and reports related to SBA lending activity.
  • Training on demand

    Learn about SBA's business loan program policies.

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SBA lenders finance small businesses

Lenders that work with SBA provide financial assistance to small businesses through government-backed loans.