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SBA Money to Rebuild Oklahoma Homes and Businesses

Finding Federal Money to Rebuild Oklahoma Homes and Businesses

As Oklahoma communities affected by deadly tornadoes begin to rebuild, many residents are likely to rely on grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, insurance payouts, and loans from what might seem an unlikely source: the Small Business Administration. Learn why (and how) homeowners and renters can apply for disaster loans from the SBA, regardless of whether they own a business.

Surprise: The Small Business Administration’s disaster loan programs cover small businesses—and homeowners

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Google becomes a Small Business Lender

Does Google Want to Be a Small Business Lender?

Google Venturesinvestment in On Deck follows the $42 million Series D the lender raised in February. It’s intended to help the company, which made its first loan in 2007, continue to expand its business and introduce new lending products.

If that means leveraging Google’s relationships with small business owners, Chief Executive Officer Noah Breslow didn’t let that on when I visited On Deck’s new 22,000-square-foot offices earlier this week. He did say that Google Ventures would bring “a lot of functional skills” as the company seeks to build on the $450 million in loans it expects to make this year.

This week, the search giant invested millions in two alternative lenders

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