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Refinancing Credit Cards issued in the Personal Name

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SBA seeks to increase financing to “small businesses” and not individuals. This line becomes blurry when small business owners are seeking to refinance loans held in their personal name. While, in many cases, there was a legitimate reason to have the loan be made in the personal name (instead of the business name), it can […]

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Early Defaulted Loans and Denial of the Guaranty: the “Rebuttable Presumption”

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If a borrower defaults within 18 months of initial disbursement (or, if the final disbursement was made more than 6 months after the initial disbursement and the borrower defaults within 18 months after the final disbursement), the SBA considers the loan an “early default”.  The date of default is generally determined by the first uncured [&he...

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SBA 7(a) Program Eligibility: “Eligibility of Debt Refinance”

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In order to use the proceeds of an SBA 7(a) loan for the refinance of debt, lenders must document that the debt was eligible. It should be noted that this issue is distinct from the eligibility concerns raised in previous articles in that only those funds used to refinance ineligible debt should be subject to […]

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