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Securing a Bank Loan: SBA Guaranteed Bank Loans
Recorded Webinar (online)
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Are you ready for a small business loan? In this free webinar, the second in a three-part series focused on securing small business loans, you will learn about the SBA loan guarantee program and how the SBA can help eligible small businesses obtain loans from participating SBA lenders. Topics to be covered include:

  • What are 7a and 504 loans and when do you use them?  
  • What do SBA guarantees cover?

We encourage you to also view the other two webinars in the series: “Securing a Bank Loan: Critical Components of a Financial Plan and “Securing a Bank Loan: Tips from a Lender.”



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About the presenters
David Hincapie
David Hincapie
David Hincapie is Economic Development Specialist and Veteran Business Development Officer for the Washington Metropolitan Area District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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