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November 27, 2020  
 
 
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First National Bank Alaska SBA Loans

 

 
Loan Census SBA Loan Info

Anchorage, AK Small Business Loans

Interested in getting a small business loan in Anchorage, AK?

First National Bank Alaska is a leading provider of SBA loans in Anchorage. Here's a list of loans they've made in recent years.

Small Business Borrower Loan Amount
Construction Sand And Gravel Loan

$500,000 Loan
Book Publishers Loan

$30,000 Loan
Books Printing Loan

$45,000 Loan
Water Transportation Of Freight Loan

$900,000 Loan
Physical, Occupational And Speech Therapists, And Audiologists Loan

$28,200 Loan
Child Day Care Services Loan

$85,000 Loan
Hotels And Motels Loan

$150,000 Loan
Sporting Goods Stores And Bicycle Shops Loan

$360,000 Loan
Mobile Food Services Loan

$100,000 Loan
Full-Service Restaurants Loan

$90,000 Loan
Chiropractors Loan

$57,000 Loan
Heavy And Civil Engineering Construction Loan

$66,600 Loan
Men's Clothing Stores Loan

$26,000 Loan
Physicians Loan

$75,000 Loan
Recreational Vehicle Dealers Loan

$93,100 Loan
Services To Buildings And Dwellings Loan

$60,000 Loan
Traveler Accommodation Loan

$150,000 Loan
Full-Service Restaurants Loan

$150,000 Loan
Passenger Car Rental Loan

$400,000 Loan
Sporting Goods Stores And Bicycle Shops Loan

$125,000 Loan
Sporting Goods Stores And Bicycle Shops Loan

$150,000 Loan
Offices And Clinics Of Dentists Loan

$225,000 Loan
Highway, Street, And Bridge Construction Loan

$136,900 Loan
Child Day Care Services Loan

$16,000 Loan
Excavation Work Loan

$150,000 Loan
Limited-Service Restaurants Loan

$150,000 Loan
Special Industry Machinery Loan

$500,000 Loan
Full-Service Restaurants Loan

$100,000 Loan
Book Stores Loan

$150,000 Loan
Store Retailers Loan

$150,000 Loan
Computer And Software Stores Loan

$50,000 Loan

If you are interested in getting a small business loan, you may want to learn more about the loans listed above. Just click on a loan to find out more information about the borrower, the lender and how much of the loan was guaranteed by the SBA.