NEW ORLEANS - The quickening pace of change for lenders participating in the Small Business Administration's loan guarantee programs is beginning to get on some people's nerves.

In its most recent shift, the agency announced it would stop guaranteeing debt refinancings after May 12. The move, which is expected to affect about 3,000 loans and cut loan volume by $500 million this year, will allow the agency to guarantee new loans throughout its fiscal year, ending Sept. 30.

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