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Assisted Financing


WHEDA (Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority)


WHEDA is primarily organized to assist in the expansion or acquisition of an existing small business. WHEDA assisted loans can be used for a variety of purposes, such as:
  • WHEDA Small Business Guarantee (WSBA) – WHEDA guarantees a portion of the loan granted by the bank.
  • WHEDA Participation Loan Program (WPLP) – WHEDA participates in financing a portion of the loan proceeds. 
To learn more about WHEDA programs, visit their website.




SBA (Small Business Association)


The SBA helps provide financing for start-up businesses, business with little collateral or that desire a longer amortization. Tri City works with the SBA to provide:
  • 7(a) – the SBA guarantees a portion of the loan granted by the bank.
  • 504 – The SBA participates in financing a portion of the loan proceeds.  The SBA takes a subordinate lien position behind the bank.
  • All SBA loans have eligibility requirements.
 
To learn more about the SBA and its programs, visit their website.





MEDC (Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation)

The MEDC is a non-profit organization designed to assist in financing the growth of companies in Milwaukee county and the four counties in the metro-Milwaukee area (Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha). Programs include:

Second Mortgage Program

  • Works with borrowers in the City of Milwaukee
  • 25% - 40% financing, up to $500,000
  • Low, fixed-rate financing
 
CAP (Capital Access Program)

  • Commonly used for start-up or small businesses who may not be able to obtain conventional financing
  • Can be used for working capital, fixed assets, term loans and lines of credit
  • Bank, borrower and MEDC all set aside a reserve fund to protect against default
 
Venture Debt program

  • Provides debt financing and equity investment
  • Businesses must meet certain criteria
  • Loans up to $300,000 available

The MEDC also works in conjunction with the SBA to administer SBA's 504 program. To learn more about the MEDC, visit their website.




WWBIC (Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation)


WWBIC is an economic development corporation providing education, technical assistance and access to capital for entrepreneurs.  WWBIC makes small and micro loans to businesses of up to $100,000. There are many factors that impact the loan decision, learn more at their website.




RCEDC (Racine County Economic Development Corporation)


The RCEDC is a non-profit organization which provides assisted financing to companies located in Racine County to facilitate growth and development. RCEDC offers programs such as:

Economic Development Administration Revolving Loan Fund Program (EDA-RLF)

  • Offered to for-profit businesses in Racine County for fixed asset and working capital financing.
  • EDA-RLF works with the bank to provide a portion of the financing.
  • Business must meet certain criteria.
 
Community Development Block Grant Revolving Loan Fund (CDBG-RLF)

  • Offered to for-profit businesses in Racine County for fixed asset and working capital financing.
  • CDBG-RLF works with the bank to provide a portion of the financing.
 
Business Lending Partners, a division of RCEDC processes and services SBA loan programs.  To learn more about the RCEDC, visit their website.



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