Facility Planning - Government Lending


Eclipse Brand Builders
5050 Research Court, Ste 600
Suwanee GA 30024
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.

2018 Powers Perry Rd SE, Ste 750
Atlanta GA 30339
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.


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.


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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