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For Borrowers

Financing your business is our business.

Mo-Kan has a variety of loan products that are designed to fit your needs.  In many cases, a lending institution is regulated by thousands of policies that may limit their flexibility to meet your exact needs.  These limitations may relate to the loan term, amount, interest rate, and much more.  Mo-Kan may be able to assist you and your lender by providing gap financing.  With Mo-Kan financing part of your project, you may qualify for a lower down payment, better interest rate, and/or a better loan term.  Our programs are designed not only to fit your needs, but also the needs of your lender. 

Some of the benefits to the Borrower:
Lower down payments
May finance up to 90% of the project costs
Low interest rates
Longer financing terms- keeps more cash available for working capital
No balloon payments
Fixed interest rates for the life of the loan

Variety of loan uses:
Real Estate
Building purchase
Building construction
Working Capital

What we need from you

Personal financial statement – Form provided (dated within the past 45 days) Three years business income tax returns
Three years prior business financial statements or for a start-up business, your business plan
Three years personal income tax returns
Personal history statement – Form provided (for all owners)
Personal resume (for all owners and management)
Copy of buy/sell agreement or Copy of lease agreement

What you get from Mo-Kan

Full support, from the business plan through the loan process and closing
A below market interest rate
Fixed interest rate financing
First-rate customer service
And most importantly, financing for your project

INTEREST RATES - for SBA 504 Loans

20 Year Rates

10 Year Rates

  • February
  • January
  • Decenber
  • 4.55%
  • 4.60%
  • 4.78%
  • February
  • January
  • December
  • -%
  • 4.42%
  • -%

*Rates posted are the "Effective Rates" as provided through a third party to Mo-Kan

Historical Rates