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SBA 504 Explained
A 4-part Video Series

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was established to help businesses secure financing. SBA programs reduce risk for lenders and enables easier access to capital.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was established to help businesses secure financing. SBA programs reduce risk for lenders and enables easier access to capital. There are two primary SBA financing programs offered; the SBA 504 program which offers attractive real estate and equipment financing; and the SBA loan guarantee program which offers a more flexible use of funds. Together, these programs are great complements to each other and are often used together to fully meet business financing needs. 

SBA 504 Explained - A 4-part Video Series
What is the SBA 504 Loan Program?
Is SBA 504 Right for your Project?
Why use SBA 504 over conventional loan?
Why partner with BLP on your next project?

BLP, with offices in Racine and Green Bay, is licensed to serve businesses and collaborate with banks throughout Wisconsin. Its commitment to supporting small businesses and enabling franchise growth has made it a trusted partner for entrepreneurs seeking to leverage the benefits of SBA lending programs.

Learn more about the SBA 504 loan program by visiting blp504.org/sba-loans.

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