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1/4/2013 - SBA still offering loans to repair Hurricane Sandy Damage - Click here to print this information

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The Small Business Administration is currently on the Eastern Shore offering low interest loans to folks who suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy.

"Hurricane Sandy really tore up the Eastern Shore. We have low interest loans available for home owners, renters, nonprofits and small businesses here," explained Erin Knapik of the SBA. "Rates are as low as 1.68%. Our loans don't come with any fees or costs. You don't have to accept the loan immediately or at all."

The SBA will be on the Eastern Shore through the month of January at the Accomack Regional Training Center in Melfa. The SBA also will soon open an office in Crisfield. If you would like more information about low interest loans from the Small Business Administration, you can call 800-659-2955 anytime or visit sba.gov/sandy.

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