There are potentially 2 types of applicants for USDA Programs. First, a “first-tier” applicant (such as a bank), which directly applies to the USDA. Second, if applicable, a “second tier” applicant (such as a borrower), which applies to the successful “first-tier” applicant (such as a bank), which facilities the deployment of the particular subsidy to the “second-tier” applicant.
There are many complex rules that must be followed in order to qualify for and maintain a USDA Program subsidy.
Our legal financial and accounting backgrounds as well as significant experience in community and economic development enables us to strategically underwrite, structure and close these complex financings on behalf of our clients.
Generally, all of our fees are contingent upon the receipt of the particular USDA Program subsidy.
If you believe that you are a business or nonprofit whose operations, services, construction, renovation of real estate, purchase of equipment or any other financing needs could qualify for any USDA Program, please click on Initial Intake Form.