Once you have drawn together a solid business plan, the next step is to figure out how much capital you need to start and operate your business, and what kind(s) of financing your business may qualify for.
Start-up funds can come from a variety of sources. Whether investing personal capital or taking on loans, be sure to plan carefully and ensure your business venture is adequately capitalized.
Find a Commercial Lender
Frederick has more than a dozen active banks with on-the-ground facilities within City limits. Connect with a banker today and begin to build this critical relationship.
Submit to Small Business Administration (SBA) Lender Match
Lender Match is a free online referral tool that connects small businesses with participating SBA-approved lenders. Match with a lender.
Discover Loan Resources & Programs
Frederick County and the State of Maryland offer several strategic flexible financing programs to facilitate projects that might not be possible under strict traditional loan options. Visit our Loan Resources page for more information.
Explore Incentive Programs
From the local to Federal level, tax credits and conditional grants are strategically provided to encourage community-boosting investment, energy-efficient initiatives, job creation, and property rehabilitation.
Take advantage of these opportunities by visiting our Incentives and Programs page.