Your Preferred Source for SBA Financing
You’ve heard the statistics: nearly 70 percent of small business fail within their first 10 years of operation. Should these numbers simply be taken as proof of how difficult it is to succeed with such a venture? Or rather, do these facts reveal a surprising lack of knowledge amongst small business owners, that being the many avenues of assistance there are to help such companies succeed? Our experience in helping countless small businesses secure financing through the federal government’s SBA loan program has convinced us here at Argento Commercial Capital that it is the latter.
The SBA Loan Program
Uncle Sam has a vested interest in seeing your small business become a booming enterprise. Thus, the SBA loan program has been created to help aspiring entrepreneurs such as yourself start out on a firm financial footing. An SBA loan can be the ideal tool to help you in an any of the following areas:
- Purchasing commercial real estate
- Consolidating your company’s debt
- Financing new equipment purchases
- Acquiring an existing business
Through either an SBA 7(a) or 504 loan, you can secure as much a $5 million on 15- to 25-year terms. All SBA loans are fully amortized, and there are no prepayment penalties.
Why Get Your SBA Loan Through Us?
Several financial firms may offer you access to an SBA small business loan, yet few have been recognized as an SBA Preferred Financial Services company. We at Argento Commercial Capital enjoy such a distinction, meaning that we work directly with companies to whom authority has been granted to approve SBA loans. This allows us to turn your application around in as little as 48 hours.
Here at Argento Commercial Capital, our hope is that we can count on having you as a client for 10 years and beyond, rather than seeing your business join the ranks of so many other failed ventures. With us as your commercial finance partner, you’ll have access to the financing tools needed to ensure that doesn’t happen. It all starts with a federal small business loan. Let us help you secure the SBA funds your company needs to succeed. For more information on this and the other lending tools we offer, contact us today.