We know the power of entrepreneurship; after all, we were founded by a group of entrepreneurs ourselves. That’s why we’re committed to helping grow small businesses into something great. As a Preferred Small Business Administration (SBA) lender, the dedicated SBA team at Texas Capital Bank will work closely and efficiently with you to complete the loan process. Our seasoned bankers have decades of experience in small business lending and are committed to working with you one-on-one to help you reach your goals, no matter how big they may be.
Benefits of an SBA Loan
An SBA 7(a) or 504 Loan provides businesses with access to capital that might not otherwise be available, with more flexible underwriting than conventional business loans.
With an SBA Loan, businesses can benefit from:
- Lower down payment requirements
- Longer repayment terms – up to 25 years
- Lower capital injection requirements
- Lower cash flow requirements to cover payments
- Ability to conserve cash for operating expenses
Texas Capital Bank’s loan portal is ready to accommodate the loan forgiveness process. If you have not already made us aware of your preferred date to apply for forgiveness, please contact us.
How should applicants prepare?
To ensure you’re ready to apply for forgiveness, please review the loan forgiveness application instructions and the appropriate loan forgiveness application, and gather the necessary documentation.
You will not be required to submit a completed form, because Texas Capital Bank will generate your form based on your input in our portal. However, you should be familiar with which form your business will use.
There are currently two forms that can be used to apply for forgiveness. On June 16, the SBA released a revised PPP Loan Forgiveness Application (Form 3508) and an EZ version of the application (Form 3508-EZ). To determine if you qualify for the simpler EZ form, one of the following statements must be true:
- Are self-employed and have no employees OR
- Didn’t decrease their employees’ wages or salaries by more than 25%, and didn’t reduce their employees’ number or hours OR
- Experienced reductions in business activity due to COVID-19 related health directives and didn’t reduce their employees’ salaries or wages by more than 25%.