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The Small Business Administration is hiring temporary employees to assist with disaster relief efforts this hurricane season from September 1st to December 31, 2017. Bilingual language skills a plus. Please share with friends and colleagues in the industry who may be interested. SBA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Hurricane response jobs at the SBA >

Help with Hurricane's Harvey and Irma Recovery (temporary positions) >  

SBA is looking to hire additional skilled loan processing staff on a temporary basis to handle the high volume of home and business disaster loans that is expected. General information about employment in SBA’s disaster program >  Please share with friends and colleagues in the industry who may be interested.


NEWS: SBA issues updated Notice on deferments for borrowers impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria

Guidance on Deferments for CDC Serviced 504 Loans for Businesses Adversely Affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and their Aftermath > 

Deferments for SBA 7(a) and 504 Business Loans, Microloans, and Disaster Loans for Borrowers Adversely Affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and their Aftermath > 

SBA issues Deferment Notice 5000-4021; SBA Disaster offices need skilled loan processing staff NOW

As the affected communities struggle with the continuing effects of Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, SBA is gearing up to assist homeowners and business owners that were -- and will continue to be -- impacted by the horrible storm. NAGGL is in close contact with SBA and on 8/31 we received information to share with our members on two important initiatives:

  • On August 31, 2017, SBA issued a Deferment Notice to inform all borrowers with SBA-serviced loans that were in regular servicing status when the storm hit that it is automatically providing a 9- or 12-month (depending on the location of the borrower) payment deferment, and encouraging SBA lenders to provide similar deferments to 7(a), 504 and microloan borrowers. [Please note: Deferments on 7(a) loans that were sold in the secondary market are subject to the deferment requirements related to sold loans.] 
    • Primary counties – Existing borrowers in Regular Servicing will receive an automatic deferment of principal and interest payments for 12 months.
    • Contiguous counties – Existing borrowers in Regular Servicing may be eligible for deferment of up to 9 months upon request by the borrower to the appropriate SBA servicing center.

    As we learn more about ways that lenders can support the disaster recovery effort, we’ll let you know.  
 
 


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