USDA Intermediary Relending Program

This program supports and encourages business development in rural North Dakota communities. Eligible entrepreneurs can access as much as $250,000 for purchase of real estate, fixed assets, working capital and inventory.

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Amount

Maximum: $250,000

Resource Provider
From government grants to small business loans, we connect leaders with the funds and financial resources they need to grow business and build strong communities.
Resource Type
Loan
Location
58002, 58004, 58005, 58006, 58007, 58011, 58012, 58021, 58029, 58036, 58038, 58042, 58047, 58048, 58051, 58052, 58059, 58064, 58071, 58078, 58079, 58102, 58103, 58104, 58105, 58106, 58107, 58108, 58109, 58121, 58122, 58124, 58125, 58126
Purpose
Equipment, Inventory, Real Estate, Renovation to 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
Cody Ingeman
(701) 235-1197

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