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Phone: (504) 909-4600

Fax: (504) 301-3135

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: By Appointment

Saturday - Sunday: CLOSED

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

01

How do I apply for a loan?

Loan applications are available on the Services page. 

02

What type of loans do you offer?

CUEE offers commercial long term, short term, and gap financing loans.

03

Do you offer loans to start up businesses?

Yes! CUEE loans to start up businesses with proven operating models with entrepreneurs with at least one year of relevant business experience.

04

Can non-profit businesses apply for a loan?

Yes! CUEE loans to revenue-generating non-profit organizations with at least one year of documented revenues and expenses. Documented revenues and expenses may include financial statements, tax returns, and/or bank statements of the business client and its owner(s).

05

Are there any types of businesses you do not loan to?

CUEE does not provide loans to bars and casinos.

06

Will my application be rejected because of a low credit score?

CUEE understands that there are several factors that can negatively affect your credit score (hospital bills, student loans, etc.) We run a credit report but we do not base our final decision solely on your credit score. CUEE looks at several factors to determine whether you are approved for a loan.

07

How long will it take to process my application?

Once a completed application is received, it usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks to process your loan application. Once processing is complete, you will receive a letter in the mail stating whether your loan is approved.

08

How can I schedule a Business Therapy session?

 

In order to schedule a business therapy session, you will have to contact us by phone. 

09

Do I need to bring anything to a Business Therapy session?

We ask that you bring your business plan to a business therapy session. If you are an existing business, we ask that you also bring your most recent business financial statement.