Raising Money for Limited-Service Restaurants
Looking for business loans for limited-service restaurants? An SBA loan may be just what you've been looking for. This $135,000 limited-service restaurants loan was issued by a South Dakota bank.
The SBA helps new or growing businesses raise capital. In this case, an entrepreneur in Watertown, South Dakota was able to borrow $135,000 from Dacotah Bank. The SBA made the loan possible by guaranteeing $114,750 of this South Dakota small business loan.
SBA Loan Borrower
COMPANY TYPE: LIMITED-SERVICE RESTAURANTS
WATERTOWN, SD 57201
SBA Loan Lender
308 S MAIN ST
ABERDEEN, SD 57401
This was a Low Documentation SBA loan. The SBA launched this program to reduce 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. Right now, the maximum small business loan for this SBA program is $100,000.
SBA Loan Program Type
This loan was issued as a general business loan.
722211 - Limited-Service Restaurants
Loan Approval Date
Loan Approval Gross Amount
Loan Approval from the SBA
Of the total $135,000 loan amount, the SBA guaranteed $114,750.
More Information on This SBA Loan
The borrower borrowed this money for an existing business. This loan was not for a franchise. At the time of the loan, the company
had 9 employees. The SBA loan documents did not indicate that the small business planned to use the money to add employees or retain any existing employees.
Great, But How Can I Get an SBA Loan for My Business?
SBA loan applications are made through a bank. The SBA guarantees a loan to the bank, so in case the borrower defaults, the bank is guaranteed a portion of the loan by the SBA.
The SBA is an excellent funding resource for business owners who cannot easily find funding through conventional funding sources. Banks like Dacotah Bank are ready to help you through the process. Whether you need money to open a store, need money to launch a startup business, or are raising money as working capital for an existing entity, the SBA is there for you.
About This SBA Loan Information:
All SBA loan data displayed above comes from the government's publicly available SBA loan database. Information on this page is provided by the Gaebler.com news organization to inform business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs and others about SBA loan activity. LoanCensus.com does not assist businesses with obtaining SBA loans and was not involved in any way with this transaction. For additional information, see our Loan Information FAQ.
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