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Survey of Revolving Loan Funds and Entrepreneurial Capital: Loan Terms and Requirements

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  • Burke, Sandra Charvat
  • Edelman, Mark

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Revolving loan funds and entrepreneurial capital are important issues for Iowa and its entrepreneurs. The survey reported here was conducted to learn more about the characteristics and practices of revolving loan funds in Iowa. This report examines findings from questions in the survey that asked for information about the terms of the loans and the requirements the borrower had to meet in order to be approved.

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  • Burke, Sandra Charvat & Edelman, Mark, 2011. "Survey of Revolving Loan Funds and Entrepreneurial Capital: Loan Terms and Requirements," Staff General Research Papers Archive 35074, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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    Loan Funds; Rural Entrepreneurs; Loan Terms; Loan Requirements;

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