Capital II Fund

The CAPITAL II Fund is a blend of local funds and funds from USDA-Rural Development. Its purpose is to provide flexible and accessible loans to for-profit businesses and cooperatives within the Region, except within the City of Bismarck.

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Amount

Maximum: $150,000

Resource Provider

Lewis & Clark Regional Development Council

Expanding affordable housing opportunities and advancing economic and community development across North Dakota.
Resource Type
Loan
Location
58477, 58494, 58521, 58532, 58558, 58560, 58572, 58524, 58542, 58544, 58549, 58552, 58573, 58529, 58533, 58562, 58564, 58569, 58428, 58475, 58478, 58482, 58487, 58488, 58531, 58540, 58559, 58565, 58575, 58576, 58577, 58579, 58716, 58723, 58759, 58775, 58778, 58523, 58541, 58545, 58571, 58580, 58520, 58535, 58554, 58563, 58566, 58631, 58638, 58530, 58430, 58444, 58463, 58758, 58528, 58538, 58568, 58570
Purpose
Equipment, Inventory, Real Estate, Working Capital
Industry
Agriculture, Childcare, Communications, Communities, Construction, Energy, Ethanol, Exporting, Finance, Food Service, Healthcare, High Growth, Hospitality, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Other, Primary Sector, Professional Services, Real Estate, Retail, Tourism, Transportation, Utilities, Value-Added
Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
Deadline
Contact
Matt Burthold
(701) 667-7601

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