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evada’s favorable tax environment makes it particularly attractive for entrepreneurs who want to start a business. With no state corporate or income tax and business-friendly regulations, you’ll find a flourishing business community in Nevada. And with its many entertainment and outdoor recreation options and sunny, warm weather, there’s a lot to love about the state. Fortunately, you’ll also find many options for funding your small business in Nevada, including loans, grants, and other alternatives.


Small business loan options in Nevada

Nevada’s government is committed to promoting business development by providing financial assistance. You can apply for a traditional bank loan or an SBA loan in Nevada, but the following loan programs may provide more favorable terms and lower qualification requirements.

Nevada Loan Participation Program

The Nevada Loan Participation Program was created to stimulate business development by providing financial assistance to small businesses. It provides loans in amounts from $250,000 to $5 million to small businesses with better terms than traditional loans. This program is open to businesses with fewer than 500 employees that need additional cash flow requirements to qualify for a loan.

The Nevada Battle Born Growth Microloan Program (BBGMP)

The BBGMP provides loans for working capital to small businesses that are growing but need a helping hand. Businesses can qualify for up to $250,000 in loans at fixed, low-interest rates. To qualify, your business must:

  • Make less than five million in annual revenue
  • Have operated in Nevada for at least one year before applying
  • Have no more than 100 full-time employees

The money can be used for:

  • Equipment
  • Payroll
  • Rent and utilities
  • Supplies and inventory
  • Building renovations
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Other expenses

Climate Finance

The Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program provides small business loans for energy-efficient investments, including water efficiency. These loans are designed for businesses with no more than 500 employees who are seeking loans of up to $5 million for projects that are energy-efficient, use renewable energy, or save water. Climate Finance loans can eliminate or replace higher-interest loans.

Small business grant options in Nevada

Nevada also offers several grant programs for funding your startup. The biggest advantage of grants is that you don’t have to pay them back. However, they usually have strict requirements and are often extremely competitive.


Gener8tor is a national accelerator program that has two programs in Nevada. The program supports entrepreneurs, artists, musicians, and employers across races and genders. You don’t need to have revenue to be accepted into the program, which runs for 12 weeks. Participants receive access to gener8tor’s extensive network of investors and mentors and a $100,000 investment in their company.

Battle Born Venture

Battle Born Venture invests in Nevada-based startups with a lead investor for their seed, Series A, or Series B round. Pre-seed stage companies may also be considered if they’re spinoffs from one of Nevada’s three research universities and have secured other grants. Venture will invest up to 50% of a venture capital round, with a cap of $1 million.

Other loan alternatives

While loans or grants are more common funding sources, there are many other options available. If loans or grants don’t seem right for you, you can choose a loan alternative.

Merchant cash advance

A merchant cash advance (MCA) is a lump sum upfront with a monthly repayment for a set time period. Unlike a loan, your MCA is a revolving fund that’s replenished with your payments. Novo Funding provides up to $75,000. It only takes minutes to apply, and you can get a decision in one day with immediate availability of funds.

Invoice factoring

With invoice factoring, you can sell your accounts receivable, or invoices, to a third-party factoring company at a discount. You’ll receive immediate cash rather than waiting for clients to pay their invoices. The factoring company then takes on the responsibility of collecting client payments.


Crowdfunding is a method of raising capital through the collective effort of many individuals, typically via online platforms such as Kickstarter or Indiegogo. In this approach, entrepreneurs present their concepts on a crowdfunding website. They set a fundraising goal and deadline and offer rewards or incentives to backers. People interested in supporting the project contribute money, usually in small amounts, to help reach the financial target.

How to get a small business loan in Nevada

No matter what type of loan you’re applying for, you’ll have a better chance of getting it if you take an organized approach to applying. The following steps can help.

1. Research your options

Before you apply for a loan, research different loan types that might suit your business needs. This could range from traditional bank loans and SBA loans to alternative lending options like online loans and merchant cash advances.

2. Prepare your business plan

A comprehensive business plan outlines your business objectives, target market, revenue projections, and expenses. Lenders will review this document to assess the prospects of your business. Make sure it's well-structured and includes financial statements and forecasts.

3. Assess your credit score

Check both your personal and business credit scores, as they’ll be significant factors in determining your loan eligibility. If your credit scores are low, consider improving them before applying for a loan.

4. Gather financial statements

Collect your financial statements, including balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and cash flow statements for the past two to three years. These provide proof of your business’s financial health.

5. Select a lender and understand the terms

Choose a lender that fits your needs and understands your business model. Look at the loan terms carefully, including the interest rate, repayment schedule, and any additional fees.

6. Apply for the loan

After selecting a lender, fill out the loan application form. Some lenders allow online applications, while others may require a physical submission. Include all requested documents, such as business licenses, tax returns, and financial statements.

7. Wait for approval

Once submitted, the lender reviews your application, which can take a few days to several weeks, depending on the lender and loan type. During this period, they might ask for additional documentation or clarification on your application.

8. Finalize the loan agreement

If approved, you'll receive a loan agreement outlining the terms and conditions. Review it carefully, and seek advice from a financial advisor, if needed, before signing.



Business owners have more financing options than ever. If one source doesn’t work out, you can always find another. With some dedication and effort, you can successfully secure funding and take your business to the next level.

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