The transcript of the video follows below for further review.
SBA loans are the lifeblood for many industries. Many small businesses fail and the most recent recession was no exception resulting in a large number of small business failures. If you defaulted on an SBA loan are you necessarily precluded from obtaining another SBA loan? You may be able to obtain an SBA loan but it will be an uphill climb.
Unless waived by SBA for good cause, the SBA cannot provide assistance to a borrower that has previously defaulted on a Federal loan or Federally assisted financing, resulting in a loss to the Federal government; or owned or controlled by a business or any of its associates which previously owned, operated, or controlled a business which defaulted on an SBA loan and caused the Federal government to sustain a loss.
When a SBA loan default occurs, the borrower and the personal guarantors are placed on the credit alert interactive voice response system (CAIVRS), which essentially amounts to a “do not lend” list.
All is not lost, you can receive a waiver from the do no lend status where you can show “good cause.” When there are compelling circumstances, the lender shall send a written request for a waiver to the SBA
office processing the loan.
The lender must explain:
(A) the circumstances surrounding the prior loss and the relationship of the applicant to the entity causing the loss; and
(B) the connection between the individuals associated with the prior loss and the individuals requesting the new assistance.
This rule applies to:
1. The small business applicant;
2. Any business in which a principal of the small business applicant was also a principal in the entity that caused the loss;
3. Any business controlled by the same person(s) who controlled the entity that caused the loss.
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