Need To Pledge Personal Residence
However, banks, credit unions and non-bank lenders are required by the SBA’s Standard Operating Procedure manual to take the applicants personal residence or other real estate owned as additional collateral on non-real estate loans where there is a shortage of collateral and when available.
For example, applicants can expect to be required to offer additional collateral in the form of their personal residence or other real estate owned where the business does not possess sufficient collateral on start-up, expansion and working capital loans.
In addition, you can expect a lender to require your personal residence as collateral in the case of a 100% loan to value SBA 7(a) guaranteed loan. Yes, those do exist.
Though the application of the SBA’s collateral guidelines differ from lender to lender, applicants who do not own their personal residence are not supposed to be denied credit solely based on this fact.
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