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SBA Loan Referral Network

SBA Loan Referral Network

Working together to serve your clients’ best interests.

We welcome SBA loan referrals from bankers, commercial real estate agents, loan brokers and other professionals serving small business clients. Partner with one of our experienced SBA business development officers and leverage our strength as a leader in SBA lending.

Types of Referrals and SBA Loan Options

The vast majority of referrals we receive are for owner-occupied commercial real estate purchase, refinance or construction. We offer three types of SBA loans for these purposes. In addition, we offer SBA loans designed to meet other types of small business financing needs, including business acquisition, partner buyout, debt refinance, working capital, inventory and tenant improvement.

Benefits of SBA Loans

All SBA loans offer favorable terms and less stringent qualifying criteria than conventional loans, including lower down payments, terms up to 25 years and up to 90% financing.

Marketing materials are available.

We’re always looking to expand our network of referral resources and welcome your involvement. In addition, we have a variety of marketing materials available to help you market our SBA loans to your clients.

America's most experienced SBA lender.

U.S. Bank is an SBA Preferred Lender. Since 1976, we’ve loaned more than $6 billion in SBA-guaranteed loans to more than 31,000 small businesses nationwide.

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Subject to credit approval and program guidelines. Some restrictions may apply. Financing maximums and terms are determined by borrower qualifications and use of funds.

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