Loans over $150,000
For businesses wanting to secure a loan over $150,000, we have a team of knowledgeable and responsive SBA and USDA Lenders available to help guide borrowers through the application process.
Our Lenders give borrowers confidence that their loan application is being managed with expertise and efficiency. We've created an SBA/USDA loan experience that removes confusion and focuses on results for our borrowers.
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Whether acquiring a new dental practice, purchasing property, boosting cash-flow, or upgrading equipment, your business needs capital. An SBA/USDA loan might be right for you. Click the button below to partner with our expert team today.
Providing A Clear Path for Growing Your Business
An SBA/USDA Loan over $150,000 is an ideal way to help you grow your business, especially when you are looking to purchase an existing practice or service.
Even if your business is booming, you may benefit from more advantageous loan terms. Contact a lender to find out if a refinance could help for your business.
Businesses often use SBA/USDA funding from United Midwest to expand their business, add or upgrade equipment, or to attain more space for growth.
Industries We’ve Helped
We understand the nuance of purchasing an existing practice or funding a new one. Let us find you the right loan.
Lean on our understanding of the costs associated with dental practices. We can help you grow your practice.
Our SBA loan process is handled by industry experts so you can keep protecting your customers.
Our customer service and industry expertise will help you feel right at home with United Midwest.
Our expertise with healthcare providers makes it easy to see that United Midwest is the best lender for your practice.
Your veterinary practice needs an expert lender when it’s time to finance. We can get the right loan for your needs.
There are few lenders who understand the costs associated with the death care industry as well as we do.
Every business is unique. So, our lending experts look at every detail to ensure an SBA loan is the right fit.