• Good News for SBA Loan Programs

    There is good news for small businesses and for SBA loan programs. Representative Steve Chabot is the new chairman of the House Small Business Committee. The Small Business Committee oversees the SBA and serves as an advocate for small businesses in Congress.

    Chabot has served on the committee for 18 years and has been a strong supporter of most SBA programs. He has previously co-sponsored legislation to simplify the SBA loan process and financial reporting requirements for small companies.

  • Defeat Your Financing Obstacles with a 504 Loan

    Often there are real obstacles to getting conventional financing that your business needs, especially if you are a start-up. Start-ups do not have the financial history needed for a traditional lender to accurately assess the loan risk. Sometimes, a new business is so unique that the building they need is considered a special purpose property that can deter lenders. This is where Community Business Finance's 504 Loan Program can make a real difference.

  • Celebrating 10 Years of Business Loans for Business Dreams

    Community Business Finance is celebrating our 10th anniversary in 2015. We are dedicated to providing business loans for business dreams. Since 2005, our mission is to help companies expand with long-term, low down payment, fixed-rate financing. We promote job creation in our communities by providing the best available financing terms to the businesses we serve.

  • Partner with Community Business Finance in 2015

    Community Business Finance is looking forward to helping business owners achieve their dreams in 2015. We have much to celebrate this year, including our 10th anniversary. We are also pleased to announce that we have a new team member.

    Susan Spurgeon joined our team in 2014 as our Business Development Assistant. Susan will work with borrowers and lenders during the loan application and closing processes. She will utilize her previous experience in communication to help bring additional efficiencies to Community Business Finance's 504 Loan Program.