13 CFR 120.150 - What are SBA's lending criteria?
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The applicant (including an Operating Company) must be creditworthy. Loans must be so sound as to reasonably assure repayment. SBA will consider:
(a) Character, reputation, and credit history of the applicant (and the Operating Company, if applicable), its Associates, and guarantors;
(h) Nature and value of collateral (although inadequate collateral will not be the sole reason for denial of a loan request); and
(i) The effect any affiliates (as defined inpart 121 of this chapter) may have on the ultimate repayment ability of the applicant.
Title 13 published on 2015-01-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 13 CFR Part 120.