I would recommend that you download the free FFIEC CRA software. You can't beat the price and when you enter data it will be populated to represent the CRA loan type, the GAR field, and the geocoding. For small banks that generate only 100 to 200 small business or farm loans annually, it's a practical and affordable approach.
Too many non-reporting banks go into their CRA exams blind, not knowing how their CRA performance looks, and consequently are not prepared for examiner questions. Unless you are a masochist, I would not advise going into a CRA exam (or any exam) blind. So I applaud your efforts to collect the data, but since we are at the beginning of another year, I would suggest you immediately download the free FFIEC software for 2021 (and it may be worth it to download the 2020 version too and enter data for last year).
One other thing: collecting your data and compiling it, and edit-checking it (which the free FFIEC will do for you) is only half the battle. The other half is knowing what the performance expectations (performance standards that are applied to the tests) are. If you need more information about that contact me at LenSuzio@geodatavision.com and I can fill you in.
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