Top ranking marks 6 consecutive years for Valley
Valley recognized as top SBA lender in Tampa

Top ranking marks 6 consecutive years for Valley

Valley was recently recognized as the #1 SBA lender in Tampa and the #3 SBA lender in Alabama as small business loan volume continues to grow across all of its markets.

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Proud to be one of the
top SBA lenders in the Country

What is an SBA loan?

SBA 7(a) loans are commercial loans that are partially guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA). The guarantee allows our bank to provide loans that might not fit conventional guidelines. The SBA has been in existence since 1953 and was formed to help America’s businesses flourish.

  • What is an SBA Loan used for?
    • Construction, expansion, renovation of facilities
    • Purchase of land and building
    • Purchasing equipment, furniture, fixtures, or leasehold improvements
    • Permanent working capital
    • Refinance of existing debt
    • Business acquisitions
    • Or a combonation of several uses
  • Who is eligible for an SBA loan?
    Valley's SBA Division serves for-profit retail, wholesale, manufacturing, technology, and service companies, among others. We provide the market with credit, treasury, and deposit products.
  • Is SBA right for my business
    For many businesses, Valley's SBA 7(a) Program provides an excellent option to fund growth. We have the financial tools and solutions to help you run more efficiently, open or expand facilities, buy new equipment, enter new markets, and capitalize on the opportunities that come your way.


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SBA Loans built for your needs

SBA Loans built for your needsFind an SBA loan tailored for your specific
business needs.

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SBA FAQsDo you have questions or dont know where to begin?
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Business Development Officers

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SBA Resource Center
SBA Resource CenterLooking for more information on SBA Loans?
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SBA Leaders
Meet our  SBA Leaders

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