The U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (EDA)  has capitalized three Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) programs in the region to provide gap financing for businesses that create or retain jobs.  The funds are organized by geographic coverage, with two administered by Bi-State and one administered by Henry County, IL.

 

Bi-State RLF

The Bi-State RLF is accessible by businesses operating in Scott County, IA or Rock Island County, IL.

pdf  Bi-State-RLF-Brochure.pdf (897.79 kB)
Bi-State Region (Scott and Rock Island Counties) Revolving Loan Brochure

pdf  rlf-pro-des.pdf (82.94 kB)
Bi-State Region (Scott and Rock Island Counties) RLF Program Description

document  RLF Econ dev Loan App.doc (71 kB)
Bi-State Region (Scott and Rock Island Counties) Revolving Loan Fund Application

 

 

 

 

Mercer-Muscatine RLF

The Mercer-Muscatine RLF serves businesses in Muscatine County IA or Mercer County, IL.

pdf 2015-11-Mercer-Musco RLF Brochure.pdf (1.00 MB)
Mercer/Muscatine Counties Revolving Loan Brochure

document  Mercer-Muscatine-Loan App.doc (80.5 kB)
Mercer/Muscatine County RLF Application

 

 

 

 

Henry County IL RLF

Henry County IL is covered by the Henry County Rural Revolving Loan Fund

pdf  Henry County Brochure (465.06 kB)

Visit: http://www.henrycty.com/codepartments/rrlf/index.html or contact
Lori Merrill at 309-937-3574 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

RLF Program Guidelines

The RLF programs above target businesses that cannot obtain full financing because of conventional interest rates and lending/exposure limits applied by lending institutions. The programs are designed to provide the funds that complete the financial package by financing the "gap" in conventional lending. A 10% equity injection by the owner along with a personal guaranty is required for all programs. The programs offer low interest loans to a range of business and industries (primarily to industry, light manufacturing and service industries) for expansion and development purposes. Funds may be used toward the purchase of fixed assets (land, building and equipment) and for working capital purposes for a term from 3 to 10 years.  Job creation or retention is a key component of a successful application.  Please see the links above for more information or contact Donna Moritz.