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SBA 504 Loan Case Studies

Archibald's Restaurant: We’ve been working with owner, Andy Sehremelis for the past 10 years, providing financing for several of his projects. This most recent $4.8 million project has financed a new restaurant franchise model that will be available to entrepreneurs in the near future. This project included financing for equipment, construction, land, and furniture. Effective fixed rate of 4.30% for 20 years. Full story


Southern California Bone & Joint Clinic: These small business owners were ready to move from a leased space that was too small into their own custom-built commercial real estate space on land that they already owned. An SBA 504 loan allowed these business owners to build a 15,179 square-foot medical facility while only putting 10% down on the loan. Full story


VMA Communications: This small business in Los Angeles County was bursting at the seams, but the owner did not want to leave their location. The solution? Tear down the existing real estate and build anew. The $529,000 project financed the construction of a brand new building that won a design award in the city of Claremont. Full story


Curran Electric: Too many pieces in too many places was the biggest hurdle facing this small business. They needed a larger facility to consolidate offices, equipment, and vehicles into one location. They also had a very tight time schedule for closing. We were able to close on a 10,000 square-foot industrial building on 1.3 acres of land in just 63 days. Full story


Budget Blinds: Owner, Kathy Graham, approached us when she was ready to purchase the building that she’d been leasing for over 20 years. The 10% down payment was exactly what she needed to keep her costs down, while still growing her business. The $1 million project has an effective fixed rate of just 4.79% over 20 years. Full story


Cal-Lift: This Los Angeles-based company has been in business since 1964 and recently decided to expand into the Inland Empire region of California. We were connected through Manufacturers Bank and provided financing for a $2.9 million project with an effective fixed rate of 4.623%. They expected to hire 20 new employees because of their growth into the region. Full story

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