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Small Business Boost

Available Funds as of November 24, 2023: $1,146,282.83

SBB is an economic development program offered by FHLB Dallas intended to help participating members provide financing for qualified small businesses by filling the gap between what the member can finance and the loan request made by an eligible small business. For example, SBB can fill the financial gap when the small business does not have the required equity or collateral to get their loan request fully funded by the member.

Tomeka Bryant, left, and Ailsa von Dobeneck, co-owners of The Juicy Caboosy in Long Beach, Mississippi, received a $59,000 Small Business Boost loan from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas through Renaissance Community Loan Fund.
SBB funds are provided as a secondary, unsecured loan in conjunction with a loan made by the participating member institution. There are no repayments due on the SBB loan in year one which helps improve initial cash flow for the small business.

SBB funds can be used for the startup or expansion of a small business, including building purchase, land acquisition, construction, equipment, working capital and other related uses.


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