Regional Rural Development Revolving Loan Fund

The North Dakota Development Fund (NDDF) administers the Regional Rural Development Revolving Loan Fund, which provides flexible gap financing to primary sector businesses located in a community of less than 8,000 in population or located more than five miles outside of city limits. Funds are available through direct loans, participation loans, subordinated debt and equity investments.

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Amount

Maximum: $3,000,000

Resource Provider

North Dakota Department of Commerce

Lead agency charged with growing our state and improving the quality of life for our people.
Resource Type
Loan and Grant
Location
All
Purpose
Equipment, Real Estate, Working Capital
Industry
Primary Sector
Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
Deadline
Contact
Hannah Lange
(701) 328-7254

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