COVID-19 Disaster Support
Help for Small Businesses SBA Disaster Loans
If your business has been harmed by the global Coronavirus pandemic, you can get financial assistance. Biz2Credit is offering support for SBA Disaster Loan applications to business owners affected by the crisis.
Webcast: Understanding SBA Disaster Loan
Watch experts from Biz2Credit and the Job Creators Network who will walk through the things you need to be prepared for when it comes to applying for SBA Disaster Loans.
DISASTER LOANS INFO
The Small Business Administration has announced $50 billion in Economic Injury Disaster Loans will be available to small businesses due to Coronavirus.
Not all businesses will qualify for the SBA Disaster Relief program. Alternative funding options may be available.
To qualify, your business must be in a Declared Disaster area, where the government has activated the SBA program. Businesses must not be able to secure alternate sources of funding.
For those who qualify, loans can range up to $2 million and terms can extend to 30 years.
Disclaimer: This page is designed to provide information regarding applications for government-sponsored Disaster Loans. Biz2Credit is not a lender.
Please note that government Disaster Loans are not guaranteed and are issued at the sole discretion of the SBA or other governmental agency.
Any government Disaster Loan issued is governed by definitive documentation of the lender and is also subject to Biz2Credit's Business Finance Terms of Service.