SBA Loans California

SBA Loans


The Small Business Administration (SBA) is a federal agency that provides support to help established businesses grow and new businesses get started. The SBA does not make loans directly to small businesses. Rather it guarantees a percentage of the loan, minimizing risk to the lenders and increasing the possibility that small businesses will obtain financing that might not be available through traditional lending channels.

An SBA (Small Business Administration) loan may be the right choice for your business if you are about to expand, acquire or start a business or purchase a franchise; acquire or renovate owner/user commercial real estate; or finance equipment, inventory or working capital. 

Work with a lending leader

Fremont Bank has a long history of helping small business client match their financing needs with the appropriate lending program. Start a conversation with a Fremont Bank Small Business Lending Expert about an SBA loan that makes sense for your current and future business objectives.

Get started today, contact John Howard


Easier Loan Qualifications

Qualifying for an SBA loan is generally easier than for other types of loans.

Lower Down Payment Requirements

Down payment requirement is typically lower than for a conventional loan.

Flexible Terms

Competitive rates and longer maturity periods than conventional loans.


Certain restrictions apply and subject to change without notice. All credit applications subject to credit approval and Fremont Bank's underwriting requirements and SBA eligibility and lending guidelines. 

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