Small Business Loan

How SBA-Backed Small Business Loans Can Benefit Your Business

If you are a small business owner, you likely know how beneficial financing can be for your business. Like many other business owner, however, you may be hesitant to apply for a loan. Whether you are worried about accumulating debt or not being able to be approved, the solution is to have the Small Business Administration back your loan. There is a huge range of benefits that can be attained with an SBA-backed small business loan. At SkyBridge Capital and Marketing Group, we are committed to helping you get the financing you need to ensure the success of your business. Because these kinds of loans are so appealing, we will work hard to get your loan backed by the SBA. Learn more about financing and how we can help you be approved.

Small Business Administration Backed Loan

SkyBridge Capital and Marketing Group specializes in 7a and 504 loans to provide your small business with as many benefits as possible. One of the biggest benefits of working with the Small Business Administration is that loans are far more accessible. Even very small businesses can still be granted an impressive amount of working capital. It also results in far less required paperwork, which in turn results in a shorter processing period. You can receive funding from this kind of loan very quickly. Additionally, less collateral is usually required to apply. Finally, the amount of working capital that can be gained from a backed loan is increased. With all of these impressive benefits, it is no wonder SBA-backed loans are among the most appealing and beneficial.

Using Your Small Business Loan

There are many different ways you can use your small business loan. If you invest the capital wisely, you can benefit from it long after you have finished making payments. Some of the most common uses include:

  • Refinancing or consolidating debt
  • Hiring new staff
  • Increasing your marketing budget
  • Providing special training to staff
  • Purchasing new equipment
  • Expanding to a second location