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Washington D.C is a unique city in many ways. From its rich history to its bustling present, the District has something for everyone. It's no wonder that businesses of all types thrive in this vibrant community.

If you're looking for a business loan to help your company grow, Advancepoint Capital can help. We offer fast business loans to small businesses in Washington D.C., so you can get the funding you need to take your business to the next level. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services.

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Applying for a small business loan in Washington DC can be a daunting task. There are many lenders to choose from and it can be difficult to compare rates and terms. However, Advancepoint Capital makes the process easy. We offer fast business loans with competitive rates and flexible repayment terms.

Our team of experts is here to help you every step of the way. We'll work with you to determine the best loan product for your needs and help you complete the application process. Contact us today to get started.

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The List of the Most Common Uses of Small Business Loans for Washington, DC Small Businesses

  • Working Capital
  • Equipment Purchase and Repair
  • Inventory
  • Business Development and Growth
  • Cash Flow
  • Increase Business Assets
  • Resources to Repair Facilities
  • Emergencies Business Expenses
  • Advertising / Marketing / Customer Acquisition Goals
  • Create jobs, Recruit Employees and Training Resources
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • General Business Expenses

Initiatives, Information, State and Federal Government Funding Programs, Grants, Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relief Options, Resources and Updates in Washington, DC for Small Businesses

Washington, DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) – The DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking, a regulatory agency for the District of Columbia’s financial services industries, provides and participates in programs and resources to assist small business owners in creating sustainable economic development. (see latest updates on COVID-19 support)

District of Columbia Business Capital Program

The District of Columbia Business Capital Funding Program (DC BizCAP) is funded by the U.S. Treasury State Small Business Credit Initiative (Initiative). The District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) established and administers DC BizCAP to provide capital to District small businesses and entrepreneurs who continue to encounter reductions in the availability of credit and heightened requirements to obtain financing. DC BizCAP provides critical capital through three programs that provide alternatives to traditional commercial financing to facilitate private lending and investments in District small businesses.

DC BizCAP – Collateral Support Program The Collateral Support Program (CSP) provides funds for deposit with a participating lender (i.e. a participating bank, credit union, or community development financial institution) to provide the necessary collateral to cover the borrower’s collateral shortfall.

DC BizCAP – Innovation Finance Program The Innovation Finance Program (IFP) provides capital for investment in the District of Columbia start-ups and emerging companies that seek financing alternatives to traditional commercial financing. The IFP provides the capital either (1) through a co-investment with an Innovation Finance Company into the small business; or (2) by investing as a limited partner in an Innovation Finance Company that shall then make an investment into that small business.

Mayor Bowser Announces DC Businesses Can Now Apply for SBA Disaster Assistance Loans(see updates)

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