SERVICING MORE THAN $1,000,000,000
IN SBA AND USDA LOANS

Develop

An innovative SBA Strategy

Provide

Borrowers customized SBA Loan Solutions

Obtain

A guarantee from the US Federal Government

Eliminate

The administrative burden of SBA Lending

Earn

Significant fee income

No increase in staff.  No fixed costs.

70+ Banks & Credit Unions

In 27 states with
$50 billion in capital

$1.5+ Billion

In funded SBA and USDA loans Since 2010

Compliance

SOC I Type II
Since 2010

Develop an Innovative and Profitable SBA Platform

With more than 150 years of cumulative in-house SBA 7(a) experience, cutting edge systems and rigid controls, the team at Windsor Advantage is uniquely qualified to support its clients to develop and execute a thoughtful and comprehensive SBA lending program.

Comprehensive Outsourced SBA Platform

Windsor delivers its comprehensive services
across the following eight functional silos:

The Benefits

The Benefits

Windsor provides banks the resources to expand product offerings and reduce risk, while increasing profitability.

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The SBA Programs

The SBA Programs

Windsor provides institutions with a comprehensive solution to participate efficiently and effectively in all SBA 7a sub-programs.

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The Company

The Company

Windsor staff have more than 150 years of cumulative SBA experience as both lender service providers and lenders.

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"Working with Windsor allows us to offer the many benefits of SBA lending to our customers, without the significant investment in personnel and systems."

~ Bank, Illinois

"Our partnership with Windsor has proven to be extremely positive for our entire organization and, most importantly, our borrowers."

~ Bank, North Carolina

"Windsor was a pleasure to work with throughout the entire process."

~ Bank, Michigan

"Windsor’s comprehensive knowledge of the SBA, and their deal structure experience, made them invaluable in assisting our bank to navigate through the process…"

~ Bank, Kansas

"Windsor was always by our side, from start to finish. Their assistance with eligibility determinations and structure are both insightful and educational…"

~ Bank, California

"We pride ourselves on customer service. Working with Windsor gives us an additional level of comfort that our relationships with both the borrower and the SBA are positive."

~ Bank, Kansas

"I think I echo everyone’s thoughts on how appreciative we all are for the efforts that the staff at Windsor Advantage put into making this happen. You guys have certainly lived up to your reputation. Thanks again!"

~ Bank, Chicago
News

Windsor Advantage covers SBA market topics in several types of news –
from our SBA blog and case studies to webinars and white papers.


USDA Loan Eligibility: Community Facilities and Rural Energy for America Programs

Published on June 21st, 2018 by Windsor Advantage, LLC in SBA Blog

In recent years, many SBA lenders have gained an increased familiarity with the flagship USDA lending program, the Business & Industry Loan Program (B&I).  This program offers lenders who operate in rural areas another option to provide customers competitive financing packages for businesses that make a positive economic impact.  Some of the key benefits (unavailable […]

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Windsor’s Small Business Lending Conference and Trade Show Participation in 2018

Published on June 14th, 2018 by Windsor Advantage, LLC in Company Updates

Although the role of technology continues to make connecting with community financial institutions across the country a more convenient activity each year, there is no blog content, social media post, webinar presentation or email exchange that resonates quite like a face-to-face interaction. Windsor Advantage has already had the opportunity to participate in a variety of […]

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SBA Liquidations: How to Liquidate an SBA Loan

Published on May 31st, 2018 by Windsor Advantage, LLC in SBA Blog

Liquidating an SBA loan can be a daunting task for lenders.  When staring at what appears to be an uphill battle, lenders should keep in mind the process outlined in this article along with the SBA’s SOP 50 57 2 to prudently liquidate an SBA 7(a) loan in order to work towards keeping their SBA […]

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