Small business owners are still having trouble bouncing back from damage and looting from April’s unrest. Now some are starting to get the financial boost that could make all the difference.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will begin making low-interest disaster loans available to flood victims in two western Maryland counties for damage from a June storm.
Even during challenging times, a small business with a sound strategy can obtain a loan.
When parents are selling larger house to move into smaller house.
The rate of new foreclosure filings in Maryland topped that of any other state this spring.
A judge has sentenced a broker to more than three years in prison for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme that resulted in nearly $5 million in fraudulent loans.
Washington-area residents will soon be able to take advantage of a program that offers low-interest loans to working families to buy or repair used cars.
The operator of a publicly financed whitewater course in far western Maryland says it has defaulted on loan payments and is considering a change in ownership.
States that borrowed billions from the federal government to keep unemployment benefits flowing through the recession now have to start paying those loans back, and they’re hitting businesses with new assessments and higher taxes to make that happen.