For further information, please contact OED's Business Development team at 720.913.1999.
Any of Denver's community development corporations, in partnership with the Small Business Administration, can provide below market rate, long-term financing on commercial and industrial fixed assets located in Denver.
*In most instances, the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) will purchase a 90% participation in the first mortgage. Please check with CHFA on current interest rates and loan servicing fees.
For further information, you may contact the OED Business Development team at 720.913.1999.
OED's Business Development team offers a variety of programs and services to help your company obtain the level of "gap" financing required to meet your needs.
Below is a complete list of forms and/or required information that is to be submitted when applying for a loan through OED.
DEDO periodically updates the Denver Capital Matrix, a resource directory of funding sources for Denver small businesses and entrepreneurs. The matrix identifies funding sources, including traditional bank lending, venture capital firms, private equity firms, angel investors, mezzanine sources and others that have funded Colorado businesses. The matrix provides contact information and categorizes the investment focus of each listed organization.
For financing needs under $50,000, the best option may be to get in touch with a variety of local micro lenders through the Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute.