Am I eligible for a Steward loan?

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Regenerative & Sustainable

Your farm or agricultural business should use sustainable and environmentally regenerative production practices.

Experienced

You should have an established business as well as 3+ years of experience owning or managing a commercial farm or agricultural business. Steward offers commercial loans which can currently only be offered to Limited Liability Companies (LLC), partnerships, and corporations.

Financially Sound

Your business should be making at least $10,000 in annual revenue. Your business should be filing appropriate tax returns which can be shared upon request.

Controlled Debt

You should have limited outstanding debt with other lenders and a positive track record of debt repayment, as reflected through your credit score.

Strong Network

You should have a reasonable expectation that your private network of potential lenders (business contacts and key customers) will be willing and able to become participants in your Steward loan. Learn more about Steward's participated loan structure.

Eligible Locations

Steward loans are currently available to agricultural businesses across the United States, except for those in California, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Vermont. Steward's lending license is pending in these states and we hope to offer loans to farmers there soon!

If you have any questions about your farm's eligibility for a loan, contact our friendly team at support@gosteward.com, or complete our short fundraising questionnaire.

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