Realize Your Dreams of Owning a Business With an SBA Loan

Starting a small business is a commonly held dream, especially in America. Unfortunately, many dreamers will not have access to the capital they need to realize their vision. Athena Capital Group wants to change this, so we offer business owners a multitude of financing options. With a small business loan from our company, you will finally be able to get the funds you need to open or expand a prosperous business. We are an SBA Preferred lender, so we will be able to process your loan in a relatively short period of time.

Unrivaled Flexibility

There are a multitude of benefits associated with Athena Capital Group’s small business loans, but their flexibility most certainly tops the list. Our loans can be used for the following purposes.

  • Equipment Acquisition
  • Construction of Properties
  • Business Acquisition
  • Real Estate Acquisition
  • Debt Refinancing

Our loans have highly competitive interest rates, and we can provide you with amounts ranging from $200,000 to $12,000,000, depending on the size of your venture. Our closing costs and fees are nominal compared to other companies.

Eligibility Requirements

Our small business loans can be used to finance virtually any type of for-profit business or real estate. If you wish to finance a commercial real-estate property, it must be partially inhabited by the borrower and your eligibility will be determined using SBA standards. These standards expand eligibility to retail businesses with less than $6,000,000 in sales and fewer than 500 employees. Manufacturing businesses are eligible if they employ fewer than 100 workers.

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All of Athena Capital Group’s loans are made through the Small Business Administration guaranteed loan programs. This gives you a peace of mind and ensures that you get relatively quick access to your funds. For real estate, we offer loan terms of up to 25 years, and up to 7 years for working capital. Get in touch with one of our professionals to learn more about procuring a loan.