New SBA Guide Takes an Inside Look at the Lending Process

Most small business owners have learned from experience that obtaining business loans is no simple task.

Small business banking veteran Charles Green has worked to separate the mystique from the lending process in his recently published Small Business Association (SBA) Loan Book. This 218-page guide takes a close look at the lending process from the lender's point of view.

Green's guide provides details that include the differences between an SBA loan and a conventional bank loan, the ways to successfully broach the topic of a failed business or credit problems, and guidelines on how speed up the loan process.

The SBA Loan Book is available for an investment of $12.95.

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