The Lynn Small Business Loan Fund offers small businesses loans to Lynn based existing and start-up businesses that cannot currently access financing from a traditional bank or credit union lender.
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To Qualify Businesses Must Demonstrate:
- The business owner(s) are 18 years of age or older
- The business is located in Lynn (later to be expanded to other North Shore areas)
- The community would benefit from the business project
- 20% investment into the business by the business owner
- Willingness and capability to repay the loan
- Business industries not applicable- Cannabis, Adult Entertainment, Firearms, Pyramid based, Real Estate/Stock speculation
Terms and Conditions:
- Loans are between $5,000 and $100,000
- Fixed interest rate of 6.25% (3 points above Prime)
- 1 to 5-year terms
- 1% Closing fee
- No Application Fee
For more information or to apply in English please contact Aaron Lackman at (978) 258-2772 ext. 18 or at email@example.com
Para mas informacion o para postularse en espanol contacte Kristin Wallace at (978) 258-2772 ex. 16 o en Kristin.firstname.lastname@example.org
Businesses will also have access to technical assistance from a network of small business support organizations including Enterprise Center, North Shore Community Development Coalition, North Shore Business Latino Association, Creative Collective, Massachusetts Small Business Development Center, E For All Lynn and the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development.
The Lynn Small Business Loan Fund was created in partnership between Mill Cities Community Investments, the Essex County Community Foundation, the City of Lynn, Mass Growth Capital Corporation, and several banks including The Lynn Small Business Loan Fund is made possible through financial commitments from lead bank Eastern Bank, East Boston Savings Bank, Berkshire Bank, St. Jean’s Credit Union, NorthShore Bank, Mass Growth Capital Corporation, and Boston Private. In addition, the Essex County Community Foundation will provide a 10% loan loss reserve to the fund and will fund the operational costs of the local community development financial institution, Mill Cities Community Investments, who will oversee the program.