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Published: Tuesday, August 06, 2019 @ 9:18 AM
By: Thomas Gnau - Staff Writer
— As of close of business Monday, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has approved just over $19.4 million for disaster loans to Ohio’s federally declared disaster area affected by the Memorial Day tornadoes.
The application deadline for Federal Emergency Management Agency and SBA assistance for homeowners and renters is Aug. 19. That’s also the deadline to apply for physical disaster loans for businesses of all sizes and non-profit organizations, the SBA said in a release Tuesday.
Businesses and non-profit organizations don’t have to have physical damage to apply for an “economic injury disaster” loan. That application deadline is March 18, 2020.
In-person assistance assistance centers are still open at the Harrison Twp. Community Center, 5945 N. Dixie Drive, Dayton, and the Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce, 3210 Beaver-Vu Drive.
If applicants are approved for a loan, they have 60 days to decide whether to accept it, the SBA is reminding applicants. If they reject the loan offer, they can re-apply in six months.
Physical disaster loans are available to homeowners, renters, businesses, faith-based organizations and non-profit organizations.
The SBA allows those receiving loans an approximately 5-month deferment on the first repayment.
Those receiving loans do not have to wait to settle with insurance companies before applying for a disaster loan, and no collateral required if the loan is for $25,000 or less.