GoSBA’s Top 50 New York SBA Lenders in 2019

New York holds the third rank in being one of the biggest economies in the United States, it contributes 8% to the nation’s GDP. New York is known for exporting luxury goods for as diamonds are their biggest luxury product to export. If New York was a country, it would be listed as the 11th biggest economy in the world.


Supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, physician centers, and fitness centers are the most popular industries in New York. In FY 2018, New York SBA loan providers funded 4,388 businesses for total New York SBA loan volume of $1.1 million. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, there are one million small businesses that are up and running that employ 1.6 million people in New York.


One of the challenges businesses face is access to affordable financing. The ten most popular lenders signing SBA-backed loans in New York include NewBank, TD Bank, JPMorgan Chase, BNB, Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company, Newtek Small Business Finance, Noah Bank, FinWise, New Millennium, and KeyBank National Association. However, just because these ten lenders are the most popular in New York, it doesn’t mean they are the right lenders for your industry and your business size. After reading our analysis, please click apply now and we’d be happy to match you with the best SBA loan providers in Texas.


Here at GoSBA Loans, we understand the struggle of finding the best and cheapest business loan for your business. We are best at accommodating businesses looking for capital, purchasing equipment, refinancing high-interest loans, and those who are interested in buying commercial property or financing building improvements. We make lending loans for small businesses to have an easier, faster, and more affordable process.


GoSBA Loans is proud to announce the top 50 New York SBA lenders in 2019:




Sounds great? Click on apply now and we’ll match you with the best SBA loan providers in New York.

Ishan Jetley

Ishan Jetley is the founder and managing director of GoSBALoans. Ishan has helped fund more than 400 businesses. He has helped businesses raise $150 million in SBA working capital, inventory and commercial property loans.

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