Loan Packaging

CEED’s Small Business Center hosts many Small Business Programs:

  • CEED Capital est 2005: SBA ILP Loan, CEED revolving fund, and SBA PRIME.
  • Women’s Business Center est 1999: SBA supported technical assistance program.
  • The Training Station est 2013: Fund raising for a kitchen incubator for local food businesses that the above-mentioned programs will offer support.

The Women’s Business Center staff is available to help clients with access to capital. CEED’s in-house loan program provides a direct link to lenders. WBC staff will provide loan feasibility consultations to clients that have requested a review of their loan readiness.

Loan-packagers can help you navigate some of the most common pitfalls for businesses seeking capital like:

  • Credit score & history
  • Reasonableness of loan amount
  • Payback method
  • Projections
  • Down payment/”skin in the game”
  • Not having all your required documents

Our goal is to help clients with financial literacy in order to ensure a reasonable timeline and cost savings.

WBC Counselors will help WBC clients determine loan feasibility and assist in gathering your documents to take to funders.

Interested in loan packaging? Request business counseling: Click Here

Local in-house Small Business Capital Partner: CEED CAPITAL LOAN
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We thank our partners, US Small Business Administration, City of Fayetteville and Cumberland County, for their continued financial support to our WBC program. To view our full list of partners please click here.


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