SBA 504 Loans
Montana SBA 504 Lender
High Plains Financial is a certified SBA Community Development Corporation affiliated with the Great Falls Development Authority, Montana’s only Community Development Financial Institution and internationally accredited economic development organization.
Why an SBA 504?
- Lower down payment – between 10-20% depending on the project.
- Fixed interest rate for 10-25 years, depending on the project.
- Allows businesses to preserve cash for operations
What can you use an SBA 504 for?
- Buy, build, or renovate commercial real estate.
- Purchase machinery or equipment.
- Debt refinance (for commercial estate & equipment).
- Professional fees & interim financing costs can be financed.
Is it a good fit?
- The business is for-profit.
- The business is valued at less than $15 million and the business has an after-tax profit of less than $5 million a year over the average of two years.
- The business owner will occupy 51% or more of commercial real estate that is being renovated or purchased.
- The business owner will occupy 60% or more of commercial real estate that is being built (80% within 3 years after loan closing and 100% within 10 years).
- Individuals that own 20% or more of the company are willing to act as personal guarantors.
- Borrower works with the bank and our team to determine if a project is eligible.
- Once the bank has approval and our board has approved the loan it is sent to SBA for Authorization.
- Closing and project funding is completed with the bank partner.
- Construction and renovation is completed.
- Business moves into property.
- 504 loan goes to closing.
- Bank is paid down on interim loan and 504 interest rate is locked for the life of the loan.
- Our team provides ongoing assistance for the borrower.
Effective Interest Rates
25-year note: 2.758%
20-year note: 2.683%
10-year note: 2.644%
25-year REFI: 2.759%
20-year REFI: 2.685%
The interest rates presented above are the effective rates and are inclusive of all fees. Interest rates are fixed for the life of the loan.
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