Although the Business Assistance Center does not lend money to small businesses, we offer assistance in your financing endeavor and we partner with small business lenders located at the Business Assistance Center.

The Alliance Lending Corporation, provides (by appointment only) hands-on, personalized, customer oriented financial assistance to small businesses through the following programs:

  • The SBA 504 Fixed Asset Loan Program
  • The Revolving Loan Fund Program
  • The Micro-Loan Program

For more information, visit their website.

The William Mann Jr. Community Development Corporation assists economic debt/equity financing, in conjunction with an investor bank and/or a non-traditional lending source for small, minority and women-owned businesses. Emphasis is placed on assisting businesses located in low to moderate income areas of Tarrant County that have been in business for 2 or more years. Their services include:

  • The SBA 504 Fixed Asset Loan Program
  • Direct business loans
  • Business bank loans
  • Bank real estate loans
  • "Gap 10" real estate loans
  • Equipment loans

For more information, visit their website.

Banks make money by lending money. Often the inexperience of small business owners results in loan requests being denied. To be successful in obtaining a loan, you must be prepared. You need to know exactly how much you will need, why you need it, and how you plan to pay it back. This should be described in the Executive Summary of your business plan. You must be able to convince your lender that you are a good loan risk.

For more information that can assist you with access capital, please call (817) 871-6025.

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