Facility Planning - Government Lending

FACILITY PLANNING

Eclipse Brand Builders
5050 Research Court, Ste 600
Suwanee GA 30024
678-894-4360
Contact: Sharon Morris
E-Mail: smorris@eclipsebrandbuilders.com
Website: www.eclipsebrandbuilders.com

 

With more than 100 years of combined experience and the completion of more than 500 design/build programs, the Eclipse team understands how the physical aspects of your facilities influence your bottom line. Our integrated design-build services provide turnkey results. From concept to grand opening, our staff guides you through a proven process that will create high quality facilities that are delivered on-time and on-budget.

LEVEL 5, LLC
2018 Powers Perry Rd SE, Ste 750
Atlanta GA 30339
404-761-0008
Contact: Mike Colvin
E-Mail: mcolvin@level5.com
Website: www.level5.com

LEVEL5 partners exclusively with financial institutions across the country to create and implement successful growth strategies using an integrated five level process — Strategic Consulting, Real Estate, Integrated Design, Construction Management, and Branding — when implemented through the support of our unmatched industry expertise, results in increased market share, growth and profitability.

FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARY

Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas
PO Box 619026
Dallas TX 75261-9026
800-442-9841 | Fax 214-441-8551
Contact: Steve Otto
E-Mail: steve.otto@fhlb.com
Website: www.fhlb.com

The FHLB of Dallas provides its stockholders access to the capital markets through a reliable source of credit for housing finance and other business-related lending and programs.

GOVERNMENT LENDING

USDA Rural Development
100 W Capitol St, Ste 831
Jackson MS 39269
601-965-4316 | Fax 601-965-4088
Contact: Trina George
E-Mail: trina.george@ms.usda.gov
Website: www.rdev.usda.gov

USDA Rural Development is a government lending agency with three distinct mission areas: rural housing service (RHS), rural utilities service (RUS), and rural businesscooperative service (RBCS). The Business & Industry Guaranteed Loan program allows lenders, entrepreneurs and the federal government to work together to promote economic opportunity and community development in rural America.

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