SBA Loan *

An SBA loan is a long-term, low interest small business loan that’s partially guaranteed by the government.

How Much Could I Qualify For?


SBA Loan Benefits

Low interest
Longer term
Partially guaranteed by the government

Use Funds To:

Buy new equipment
Manage short term capital needs
Purchase inventory

What’s the process?

Apply online or speak with a dedicated business advisor.

Connect Rapid Finance with your business information.

Have funds in as fast as 1 day.

Documents needed to apply

You only need FIVE things to get started:

Government-issued photo ID (Drivers License).

Voided check from your business checking account.

Last three statements from your business bank account.

Two years of business tax returns.

Schedule of debts.

SBA Loan Features*

An SBA loan is a long-term, low interest small business loan partially guaranteed by the government that can be used for virtually any purpose.

Compared to other short-term funding options, SBA loans typically offer a lower interest rate and are for companies with substantial revenue.

  • Loans from: $30,000-$250,000

  • Loan Terms: 1-10 years.

  • Automatic daily, weekly, or monthly payments.

  • Easy, fast application.

Other Financing Options*

Other Financing Options*

Small Business Loan
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Merchant Cash Advance
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Healthcare Cash Advance
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Bridge Loan
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Line of Credit
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Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan
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Asset Based Loan
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Commercial Real Estate Loan
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or call 800-664-0173

* Small Business Financial Solutions, LLC offers factoring and term loans in California. Term loans offered by Small Business Financial Solutions, LLC in California are made pursuant to its California Finance Lenders License No. 603-I855. RFS Business Funding, LLC arranges terms loans in California pursuant to its California Finance Lenders License No. 603-J299. The following products offered on this website are arranged by RFS Business Funding, LLC: Term loans, SBA loans, lines of credit, factoring, asset based loans, commercial real estate loans and business credit cards.