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SBA Incentives

Disaster Loans/Assistance

Get help after 2017 hurricanes

Hurricane Maria

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Hurricane Irma

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Hurricane Harvey

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Who can use an SBA disaster loan

The SBA offers disaster assistance in the form of low-interest loans to businesses, renters, and homeowners located in regions affected by declared disasters.

Physical damage

Loans to cover repairs and replacement of physical assets damaged in a declared disaster

Economic injury

Loans to cover small business operating expenses after a declared disaster.

Disaster loan use

If your insurance, and funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), doesn’t fully cover the disaster assistance you need, you can use disaster loans for a number of purposes.

Get disaster assistance

The process to apply for disaster assistance is simple. To qualify, your business or home must be in an affected area as stated by a disaster declaration at disasterloan.sba.gov.

Check disaster declarations

See if the SBA has issued a disaster declaration in your area.

Apply for a disaster loan

Loans are available for businesses and homes affected by disaster.

Check your status

Log in to your account and check your email for updates.

 

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