Sources for Bank Loans

The following banks offer loans to businesses. Make sure that you fully explore all terms and conditions, and understand all your alternatives, prior to taking a bank loan. Always consult with appropriate professional and legal counselors before taking a loan. Use the resources in this app at your own risk.

NOTE: The SBA has programs that help vets and others get loans approved in as little as 24 hours from banks across the nation. Most banks work with the SBA to grant loans so its the first place a small business should look when seeking bank funds. We don’t list banks by name here because there are thousands nationwide you can work with. Instead we provide you with links to lists of the best and most active lenders.

Sources for Investors

In the United States, recent changes to investment laws have created platforms where investors and businesses can contact one another. Visiting these sites can help you see what options and opportunities they offer.

Note, you can’t just show your business plan to investors and accept checks. ¬†You can find a solid primer to doing a Regulation D Private Placement here. This is how most media producers and startup business owners sell shares to investors.