New Jersey’s #1 SBA 504 Lender

Our mission


New Jersey Business Finance Corp’s mission is to assist businesses finance their expansion thereby promoting economic development in communities through job creation, business growth and increased tax revenues. We accomplish this with our dedication to maintaining client satisfaction, trust and business integrity by delivering quality financial products, service and advice. Learn more.

Our latest deals


$7,000,000 acquisition of commercial building by furniture wholesaler East Rutherford NJ.


$4,081,330 acquisition of commercial building by meat production facility Rockaway Township NJ.


$441,100 acquisition of commercial building by dental office Passaic NJ.


$805,575 acquisition and renovation of commercial building and acquisition of equipment by medical and diagnostic materials company New Providence NJ.


    • Free Course – Start Right! Business Plan Basics Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27 – Newark

      July 30, 2014

      Give us four Wednesdays and we’ll give you the basics of a business plan.  When: Wednesday, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27  Time:  10 am – 1 pm  Where: SBA NJ District Office 2 Gateway Center – Suite 1501Newark, New Jersey  07102 Register Here   The U.S. Small Business Administration and the Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship Corpoartion are teaming up […]

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    • Exciting Changes to Real Estate Advantage (REAL- SBA 504) Loan Program!!!!

      May 29, 2014

        The SBA announced important changes to the SBA 504 loan program making it easier for lenders to refer more applicants for these loans. The changes include:   Personal Resource Test Eliminated   SBA will no longer require that the personal resources of owners be used to reduce the SBA funded portion of the total […]

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    • Interest Rate Rise Will Favor the REAL 504

      March 21, 2014

      NADCO NewsBriefs, Mar. 21, 2014 Fed Chair Janet Yellen says interest rates are going to rise. How will this affect fixed-rate 504 loans versus other products in the market? DCF LLC Fiscal Agent Frank Keane offers an incisive commentary. Read Frank’s blog.

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