Other Financing Resources

In addition to the Denver Office of Economic Development, the following organizations also provide financing to small businesses and affordable housing developers:

ACCION Colorado
www.accionco.org
Small business loans for start-up/existing businesses across all industries. Loan uses: working capital, real estate acquisition, construction, FF&E. Provides term loans ($200-$150,000), line of credit ($35,000-$150,000), and support services.

Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority (CECFA)
www.cecfa.org
Provides financing for education and cultural nonprofits, with loan amounts starting at $500,000. Loan uses: real estate acquisition, construction, FF&E.

Colorado Housing & Finance Authority (CHFA)
www.chfainfo.com
Provides financing to small businesses, nonprofits, individuals and developers. Loan uses: real estate acquisition, construction, FF&E. Financing ranges from $100,000-$2,000,000.

Colorado Enterprise Fund
www.coloradoenterprisefund.org
Small business loans for start-up/existing businesses. Loan uses: working capital, real estate acquisition, construction, FF&E. Financing ranges from $1,000-$250,000.

Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI)
www.rmmfi.org
Small business loans for start-up/existing businesses. Loan uses: working capital, FF&E. Provides microfinancing up to $2,500.

Mile High Community Loan Fund
www.mhclf.org
Finances nonprofit and for-profit developers of affordable housing, as well as nonprofits serving low-income communities. Loan uses: real estate acquisition, construction. Financing ranges up to $1,000,000.
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