Borrowing Money for Full-Service Restaurants
Looking for loans for full-service restaurants? Talk to a banker who works with the SBA. This $27,636 full-service restaurants loan was issued by a Pennsylvania bank.
This company received financial assistance through the SBA's lending programs back in 2001. They applied for an SBA loan with National City Bank, out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The loan was granted and they received $27,636 to help grow their Clarksville, Pennsylvania business.
SBA Loan Borrower
COMPANY TYPE: EATING PLACES
CLARKSVILLE, PA 15322
SBA Loan Lender
NATIONAL CITY BANK
20 STANWIX ST, NATIONAL CITY
PITTSBURGH, PA 15222
This was a Low Documentation SBA loan. The SBA started this program to limit the paperwork associated with appliying for an SBA loan . The low-doc program involves completion of only a one-page form for a loan of $50,000 or less. The limits have changed over time. Today, you can borrow up to $100,000 through the low-doc SBA program.
SBA Loan Program Type
This loan was issued as a general business loan.
5812 - Eating Places
722110 - Full-Service Restaurants
Loan Approval Date
Loan Approval Gross Amount
Loan Approval from the SBA
Of the total $27,636 loan amount, the SBA guaranteed $23,490.
More Information on This SBA Loan
The borrower borrowed this money for a new business. According to the loan information, this was not a franchise loan. At the time of the loan, the company
had 3 employees. The loan application did not indicate that the business planned to use the money to increase staffing levels or retain any existing employees.
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SBA loans provide smart, affordable business financing for small businesses looking to expand.
There are SBA loan fees that may apply. SBA lenders must pay the SBA a guaranty fee of 1% to 3.5% of guaranteed amount. The SBA will also make the lender pay annual fees amounting to 0.25% of the loan's outstanding balance. The lender is allowed by law to pass these fees to the borrower.
Still, as most small businesses know, these fees are minimal compared to the potential of what capital can do for a business. So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with an SBA lending bank today!
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