Business Financing

The San Joaquin County Economic Development Division offers technical assistance
to businesses located in or expanding to San Joaquin County that create or retain jobs.
The professional staff works with local lenders, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and the County's Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to select the best source for financing. Loans may be arranged for the startup, retention or expansion of business activities in San Joaquin County.


Revolving Loan Fund
Revolving Loan Fund Services offered through the San Joaquin WorkNet's Economic Development Division are available to any company located in, or considering expansion in, San Joaquin County and are intended to create or retain jobs.

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Loan Products RLF Loan Financing: Business Incubator, SmallCap, and Traditional
Targeted Customer: For startup, gap financing, expansion or location of businesses in San Joaquin County.
Use of Funds: Acquisition of owner occupied land and facilities, building construction or remodeling, purchase of equipment, furniture, and fixtures, leasehold improvements, working capital needs, and/or inventory
Method: Direct loan to individuals.
Specific Requirements: One (1) job created or retained for every $75,000 loaned, and proof of loan denial from a traditional lending source.
Terms and Interest Rate: Fifteen (15) years maximum term, but generally not exceeding the full useful life of the asset(s) being financed; and the interest rate is set at the West Coast Prime Rate +2-4%. Typical loans range between $25,000 - $150,000. Maximum RLF loan is $1 million.
CONTACT: STEVEN LANTSBERGER, CED, EDFP
Business Loan Manager
(209) 468-3619 or e-mail at slantsberger@sjcworknet.org

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