Small Business Loans & Resources
Whether you’re a new business looking for start-up funding, an existing business looking for help with disaster recovery funding, or a community leader looking to make local improvements — finding the right resources for your project is the first step.
This first step can also be the hardest, especially if you’ve never had to navigate these processes before. There are resources out there for every kind of business and community development project, you just have to know where to look and how to apply. That’s where RIVDA can help!
Current SBA Loan Rates
25 Year Loan
20 Year Loan
10 Year Loan
*Updated November 14, 2022
Connecting You to the Resources You Need
When it comes to creating and improving the livability and sustainability of communities in Southern Idaho, there is no such thing as getting “too much help.” The Region IV Development Association, or RIVDA for short, exists to empower South-Central Idaho’s community leaders and business owners by connecting them with resources and technical assistance.
RIVDA also helps grow the community in Southern Idaho by helping small businesses meet their financing needs. Whether a business is needing real estate financing, a loan to cover equipment and inventory costs, funds to aid in their disaster recovery efforts, or money to improve tenant housing — RIVDA is here to help people find the funding they need to improve the community around them.
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Recent Happenings in Region IV
November Newsletter 2022
Region IV Development Association Receives NADO 2022 Impact Award
October Newsletter 2022
September 2022 Newsletter
August 2022 Newsletter
July 2022 Newsletter
June 2022 Newsletter
May 2022 Newsletter
Region IV Development Receives $750,000 for Brownfield Revitalization Program
April 2022 Newsletter
March 2022 Newsletter
Lincoln County Receives 1.5Mil Cares act Grant for Community-Owned Broadband Infrastructure