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

How to Implement the Proper Controls for Your SBA Department

In one of our recent articles, A Beginner’s Guide to SBA 7(a) Lending, we explored a few of the basic fundamentals of the SBA lending industry.  Although this framework was geared to help guide novice SBA lenders, many of the key risks highlighted in the article predominantly occur when proper

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SBA Disaster Recovery Loans

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, many lenders will receive requests for assistance from customers during cleanup efforts.  This short article will outline some of the common experiences of Windsor’s clients from Hurricane Harvey and provide information on SBA resources available to lenders and borrowers. Proactive Portfolio Management Windsor recommends

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A Beginner’s Guide to SBA 7(a) Lending

The SBA 7(a) Loan Program authorizes the SBA to guarantee loans made by lenders to small-businesses “for whom the desired credit is not otherwise available on reasonable terms from non-Federal sources”.  Common reasons credit might not be available on reasonable terms – referred to as the Credit Elsewhere Test –

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Windsor Advantage Announces Executive Management Team Promotions

In 2018, Windsor has reached yet another milestone, processing more than $2.0 billion in SBA 7(a) and USDA loans through its outsourced lending platform since 2010.  With this record setting volume, Windsor is pleased to announce several key promotions. CHICAGO, IL, July 17, 2018 — Windsor Advantage, LLC has announced

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SBA Liquidations: How to Liquidate an SBA Loan

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

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