SBA Loans 101 – White Paper Sources
SBA Loans 101: White Paper Sources
Our Speritas Capital clients asked for help understanding SBA loans and we answered the call. The result is an exhaustively researched guide to SBA 7a loans to combat the incorrect and dated information you’ll find online about SBA Loans.
The Small Business Administration offers six types of programs designed to support small businesses. To quote the Congressional Research Service “these loan guaranty programs are designed to encourage lenders to provide loans to small businesses that might not otherwise obtain financing on reasonable terms and conditions.”
In short, the SBA helps businesses get loans after they’ve been turned down by other lenders. And while the SBA offers many programs, in this White Paper, we’re ‘following the money’ and focusing on the two most popular – SBA 7a loans – broad use term loans up to $5MM; and SBA 504 loans – most commonly used for owner occupied real estate up to $14MM.
SBA White Paper Sources
To create this white paper we relied strictly on primary research from Acts of Congress, Federal Regulations, Congressional Reports, legal documents, SBA Regulations & public notices, etc. When in need of clarification – or operational expertise – we’ve gone directly to the most knowledgeable SBA lenders we know.
Some of our primary sources are listed below – we won’t bore you with a full list:
- The Congressional Act H.R. 5141 (83rd Congress), passed on July 30, 1953
- The SBA Updated SOP 50 10 5(J) Lender and Development Company Loan Programs, (with technical corrections) January 1, 2018 – 413 pages
- Report from the Congressional Research Service for members of Congress R41146 – Small Business Administration 7(a) Loan Guaranty Program, updated October 31, 2018 – 50 pages.
- Code of Federal Regulations – CFR (the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government) CFR Title 13, Volume 1, Chapter 1, parts 1-199.
- SBA fee documentation information – updated SBA form 159 effective November 1, 2018 & information notice (CONTROL NO: 5000-18012) September 14, 2018.
- 115th Congress: H.R.4743 – Small Business 7(a) Lending Oversight Reform Act of 2018, June 21, 2018 and Senator James Risch’s Committee Report 115-265
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