SBA Loan Failure Rates by Industry, 2000-2009
Posted Thu, 2011-04-14 09:23 by Mr. Blue MauMau
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The Small Business Administration has provided to Blue MauMau its newest list of failure rates of small business loans sorted by NAICS industry codes from October 1, 2000 until September 30, 2009. This is a collection of data from lendees who fail to pay back general SBA 7(a) and real estate and equipment 504 loans. Used by businesses to group businesses by economic activity type, NAICS is the North American Industry Classification System. For example, franchising is an industry, assigned NAICS code 533110.
Click on the headings of the spreadsheet below – e.g. disbursement $, failure percentage to pay back the loan or charge off percentage of bad loans incurred by the lenders after the small business borrowers’ collateral assets have been collected – to sort the table from ascending or descending value.
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The number of loan disbursements is listed, the disbursement figure, percent that failed to pay back the loans, and the charge off percentage (loss) to the lender. These figures help inform lenders and buyers on how well the small business establishments in an industry are financially able to pay back on its small business loans. These loans are guaranteed to be paid back to the lenders by the SBA. Disbursements of five loans or less are not listed. This is the list that the agency provides to loan officers of its most trusted lenders and banks throughout the country.