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Big difference between SBA 7a and micro-loans. SBA loans are underwritten by a SBA lending bank which could be your local bank - thus you have to satisify their lending guidelines - then, the SBA, in order to guarantee the loan, will also have to sign off on your qualifications (it is like being underwritten twice). Micro-loans are usually provided by non-profit organizations. They usually help businesses that can not get traditional funding. They can lend up to $50K - but the average amount for a first loan is around $13K. If you pay back the $13K as agreed, then you can go back for larger amounts.
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I am trying to start my own healthcare business. I have met with SCORE and finished my business plan. But I was recently told that banks will not lend a SBA start up loan unless it is fully collateralized. I have decent credit ( low to mid 700's.) Has anybody seen any start-ups being funded without 100% collateralization recently ( in the las couple of weeks?)