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Local loans in Sacramento, CA
These banks have made loans through the SBA's 7(a) small business loan program in the 2009 fiscal year in and around Sacramento.
Bank Address # of Loans Total $ lent
Wells Fargo & Company 45 Fremont St, 27th Fl
San Francisco, CA
59 $16,608,200
Safe Credit Union 3720 Madison Ave
North Highlands, CA
50 $1,981,000
U.S. Bank 800 Nicollet Mall, 2nd Fl
Minneapolis, MN
50 $2,425,800
Superior Financial Group 165 Lennon Lane, Suite 101
Walnut Creek, CA
26 $310,000
Innovative Bank 360 14th St
Oakland, CA
24 $1,340,000
Plumas Bancorp 35 S Lindan Ave
Quincy, CA
11 $5,199,100
American Heritage Holdings 7777 Alvarado Rd, Ste 515
La Mesa, CA
10 $5,710,000
Five Star Bancorp 6810 Five Star Blvd
Rocklin, CA
10 $3,140,000
First U.S. Community Credit Union 580 University Ave
Sacramento, CA
8 $567,200
Sterling Financial Corporation 111 N Wall St
Spokane, WA
7 $5,180,600
Valley Community Bank 465 Main St
Pleasanton, CA
7 $5,998,000
Excel National Bank 9701 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA
6 $8,134,600
First Northern Community Banco 195 N First St
Dixon, CA
6 $2,260,500
Celtic Investment 340 E 400 S
Salt Lake City, UT
5 $1,523,500
Sutter Community Bank 700 Plumas St
Yuba City, CA
5 $1,413,000
Cornerstone Community Bank 237 S Main St
Red Bluff, CA
4 $1,259,000
First Citizens Bancshares 4300 Six Forks Rd
Raleigh, NC
4 $3,471,700
Central Valley Community Banco 7100 N Financial Dr, Ste 101
Fresno, CA
3 $90,500
Umpqua Holdings Corporation 1 Sw Columbia St., Ste 1200
Portland, OR
3 $1,275,000
Wachovia Bank National Associ 100 N Main St
Winston Salem, NC
3 $2,028,000
Zions Bancorporation One S Main, Ste 1134
Salt Lake City, UT
3 $1,376,000
Bancwest Corporation 999 Bishop St
Honolulu, HI
2 $1,239,700
Bank Of America Corporation 101 S Tryon St
Charlotte, NC
2 $75,000
Cathay General Bancorp. 777 N Broadway
Los Angeles, CA
2 $670,000
Cit Small Business Lending Corporation 1 Cit Drive
Livingston, NJ
2 $725,000
Citizens Bancorp 208 Providence Mine Rd, Ste 122
Nevada City, CA
2 $244,000
Folsom Lake Bank 905 Sutter St, Ste 100
Folsom, CA
2 $575,000
Grow America Fund 708 Third Avenue, Suite 710
New York, NY
2 $2,100,000
Pacific State Bancorp 1899 W March Ln
Stockton, CA
2 $1,523,200
Popular North America 525 Fellowship Rd
Mount Laurel, NJ
2 $237,400
Citigroup Inc. 399 Park Ave
New York City, NY
1 $746,000
Compass Bancshares 15 S 20th St
Birmingham, AL
1 $438,000
Heritage Commerce Corp 150 Almaden Blvd
San Jose, CA
1 $50,000
Mission Valley Bancorp 9116 Sunland Blvd
Sun Valley, CA
1 $1,000,000
Onecalifornia Bancorp 1438 Webster St
Oakland, CA
1 $435,000
Pacific City Financial Corpora 3701 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 100
Los Angeles, CA
1 $240,000
Premier Valley Bank 8355 N Fresno St, Ste 180
Fresno, CA
1 $311,300
Ridgestone Financial Services 13925 W North Ave
Brookfield, WI
1 $1,200,000
Small Business Loan Source 9801 Westheimer Road., Suite 1100
Houston, TX
1 $50,000
Unionbancal Corporation 350 California St
San Francisco, CA
1 $50,000
Vision One Credit Union 3279 Ramos Cir
Sacramento, CA
1 $580,000
Wilshire Bancorp 3200 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
1 $365,000
From the November 2009 issue
Source: Small Business Administration. 7(a) loans in Fiscal Year 2009, through Aug. 31, 2009.
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