New Mexico’s partner in building economic prosperity and stronger communities

NMFA improves the quality of life for New Mexicans by providing financing for infrastructure, capital equipment, and

economic development projects to communities and businesses throughout the state.

Small Business Recovery and Stimulus Programs

NMFA assists businesses  by administering several recovery and stimulus programs on behalf of the State of New Mexico.

Small Business Recovery Loan Fund – application open until December 31, 2022

Business Recovery Grant Program (LEDA Grants) Reimbursement Requests

Financing Programs

Public Project Revolving Fund

Public Project Revolving Fund financing for municipalities and other entities.

Business Financing

Providing greater access to capital for businesses and nonprofits.

Water Projects Financing

Financing through the Water Project Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund

Colonias Financing

Financing for Colonias communities’ infrastructure and water needs.

Planning Grants

Grants for communities to assess their needs and plan future projects.

Impact

The mission of the New Mexico Finance Authority is to advance New Mexico by financing impactful, well-planned projects. NMFA has become an economic engine for New Mexico. Through its flagship Public Project Revolving  Fund, NMFA has made 2,091 loans totaling approximately $4.52 billion since the inception of the program through October 31, 2022.
Eddy County Courthouse

Angel Fire

Fire Truck

Ruidoso Convention Center

Bloomfield Safety Complex

Laguna Escarpment Water Line

Testimonials

“In advance, I want to thank Ryan Olguin, John Brooks, you and the entire New Mexico Finance Authority staff for your guidance and assistance throughout the application process. Receiving the Essential Services Working Capital Loan will further ensure our ability to continue to provide needed primary health care services to our client base of over 53,000 individuals and families located throughout five countries here in the Mid-Rio Grande Valley of central New Mexico.”

-Bob DeFelice, CEO

 First Choice Community Healthcare