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Lake County Ohio Small Business Loans

The Mentor Economic Assistance Corporation in cooperation with the City of Mentor, Ohio created this loan fund as an economic development financing tool targeted to Mentor’s small business community. The purpose is to stimulate growth and expansion of manufacturing, commercial and retail businesses that demonstrate j ...
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The mission of the Lake County MicroLoan Program is to encourage growth and development for Ohio community small businesses by providing alternatives sources of capital and a referral of other services to assist with the success of their business. Loan amounts range from $1,000 to $20,000.

The City assists new businesses in Painesville, Ohio with business loans at up to 3% below the conventional loan rate with the program’s participating banks. Possible uses for the PLEDGE Program loans include: property or business acquisition, fixed assets, working capital, receivables financing, environmental cleanup and in some cases retail opera ...
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The Ohio Department of Development offers several business loan programs and incentives for businesses in Ohio.166 Direct Loan Provides loans for land and building acquisition, expansion or renovation, and equipment purchase.Innovation Ohio Loan Fund Program Provides loans for acquisition, construction, and related costs ...
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Looking for small business loans? Prosper can help you get personal loans to use for your small business.Prosper loans are not traditional small business loans. Our personal loans are based on your credit score, and issued to you as an individual (not a business). For some small business owners needing loans, a personal loan won't answer their ...
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NDS provides low interest loans and fixed financing for business loans for Ohio residents interested in starting a new business, expanding their current business or those in need of renovation.We offer services that can help you with many types of projects•Can provide up to 50% of your financing needs for the start up or expansion of your b ...
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CountyCorp Development (CCD) provides a variety of business loans for Ohio businesses including financing for machinery and equipment loans, construction, working capital and day cares.They have a variety of different loan structures and programs available for each project depending on available resources (your down payment) and on the struct ...
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The SBA has designated the Disabled Veterans Assistance Program (DVAF) as the first national microlending intermediary to provide access to low-interest business microloans providing access to Veteran entrepreneurs can start, sustain and grow businesses.DVAF has the ability to make loans of up to $50,000 each and through the Small Business A ...
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The LGPP a loan program that enables eligible minority-owned firms to obtain financing when funds are not available through conventional channels on reasonable terms. The following types of loans and credit facilities are accessible through the LGPP: - Lines of Credit - Contract Financing - Intermediate Term Loans - Working Capital Loans - Equ ...
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Enacted into law as part of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (the Jobs Act), the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) is a dedicated investment fund that encourages lending to small businesses by providing capital to qualified community banks and community development loan funds (CDLFs) with assets of less than $10 billion. Through the SBLF, parti ...
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USDA Rural Development’s Business & Industry (B&I) Guaranteed Loan Program helps rural businesses in Alabama by guaranteeing the loans of commercial lenders who might not otherwise extend credit. The B&I guarantee acts as an incentive to spur business lending in rural areas. The B&I program is fundamentally a lender-driven process. USDA cannot ...
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The Small Business Administration (SBA) participates in a number of loan programs designed for Alabama business owners who may have trouble qualifying for a traditional bank loan due primarily to insufficient collateral to back the loan. The SBA does not loan directly to businesses (with the exception of disaster loans) but instead provides a guara ...
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