Helping Small Businesses Build, Expand and Thrive
SBA loans delivered by responsive, caring professionals
make all the difference.
As more small businesses are discovering, Banc of California is a Small Business Administration (SBA) Preferred lender with an excellent track record for getting their SBA loans funded quickly and efficiently.
When a small business is looking to expand, they turn to a bank—for information, answers and, most of all, money—they can’t afford to lose time or lose out on opportunities. And while many larger banks offer help, their size and layers of approval may not help companies requiring personalized, one-on-one attention.
Banc of California is built to be your SBA loan partner and can help you create an SBA business plan to succeed, and our experienced, relationship-focused, full-service business bankers are SBA experts. When they have a clear idea of the goal or challenge you want to address, they’ll recommend how to get a business loan and how to apply for an SBA loan, the best loan options and how to get a business loan or how to get your SBA application started as soon as possible and funded quickly.
About SBA Loans
If you’re not familiar with SBA loan programs, Banc of California will help you clearly understand the eligibility requirements and potential SBA loan options for you and your business:
- SBA 504 Program: Allows you to finance owner-occupied commercial real estate and large equipment financing.
- Designed for businesses looking to expand through land or building acquisition, construction, or equipment purchase.
- SBA 7(a) Program:
- Can be used to expand to another location or purchase real estate, or for those looking to combine any of these needs into one loan.
Our SBA loan specialists are seasoned professionals, highly committed to helping your small business get the financing you need to expand and grow in California’s economic landscape.
Let’s get down to business.
HEAR FROM OUR CLIENTS
“Banc of California has a focus on customer service
in a way that I didn’t find at other banks.”
– B. Rasmussen, Owner of the Lost Bean and the Lost Vine