Masters of 504 Lending #9: Specialty Loan Products

MWSBF is presenting a 12-part series titled Masters of 504 Lending. Each month, a new webinar will provide education and a Q&A forum related to different aspects of SBA 504 loans. The ninth installment in the series covers the specialty and small loan products we offer beside the SBA 504 loan. You can watch the webinar below and download the slides by clicking here.

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Masters of 504 Lending Series #3: Best Practices

MWSBF is presenting a 12-part series titled Masters of 504 Lending. Each month, a new webinar will provide education and a Q&A forum related to different aspects of SBA 504 loans. The third installment in the series covers the basics of the SBA 504 loan program. You can watch the webinar below and download the slide decks by clicking here. To see the example Sources & Uses page used during the webinar, click here.

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MWSBF Expands Statewide in Colorado

Mountain West Small Business Finance (MWSBF) is excited to announce that effective immediately, the Small Business Administration (SBA) has approved MWSBF as a statewide provider of 504 and Community Advantage loans in Colorado.  “For almost two decades, we have been lending to a number of small businesses in the western slope of the Centennial State,” John Evans MWSBF president explained. “And like our expansion efforts elsewhere, it’s obvious that small businesses and communities throughout the west are better served with more options for their lending needs.” Evans emphasized the expansion is also a big win for several of MWSBF’s current lending partners. “So many of our current client lender base… Read More

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504 Cap Increase Included in Proposed Funding Bill

A Message from our CEO Great news for small businesses and their lending partners! The National Association of Development Companies (NADCO) announced an increase to the 504 authorization cap has been included in the proposed funding bill for the remainder of fiscal year 2022. The breakdown of proposed authorization levels is: The regular 504 program is authorized at $11 billion; and The 504 debt refinance without expansion program is authorized at $4 billion. What this ultimately means: THERE’S MORE MONEY FOR 504! We have also learned that due to time constraints, the House will likely consider a continuing resolution through March 15 to keep the government open—allowing the House and… Read More

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