There are several reasons for a business loan: start, support, or expand your business, replenish inventory, purchase equipment, or leasehold improvements. Our commercial loans are offered in a variety of plans, but each one is tailored by our experienced loan officers to meet the specific needs of your business.
Below are some of the types of loans we offer:
Often the best solution for a business owner who wants to purchase long-term assets or expand operations is an installment loan that can provide the capital you need with fixed monthly payments.
Our A&D loan program can fit most budgets and cash flow requirements. So, if your business is thriving and you’re considering purchasing land for future construction to accommodate growth, we can help.
With BusinessManager®, you can bridge the gap between payables due to suppliers today and receivables that your customers won’t remit for 30 days or more. This program allows you to improve your cash flow, giving you the liquidity you need for growth.
Your company makes money by using equipment- not owning it. CashFlow Lease™ can help you preserve working capital, reduce risk of obsolescence, and take advantage of possible tax benefits. Traditional leasing companies are only interested in the profit of transactions, but because we already work together with an established relationship, we can offer you customized terms that better suit your business needs.
Whether you’re breaking ground for the first time, opening a new location, or remodeling your existing location, we have the construction loan financing to support your project.
Every business lives on credit, and our MasterCard® Business Card options were specifically designed with business owners in mind.
A line of credit is a valuable business tool that can provide the short-term working capital you need to cover unexpected expenses, purchase inventory, finance accounts receivable, or just manage cash flow.
You can purchase land or a new or existing commercial property – even tap into your equity and get cash out – with a commercial real estate loan that’s secured by owner-occupied real estate.
SBA loans help start-up and established business owners obtain financing when it may be difficult to be approved for a traditional bank loan. They often offer attractive interest rates and terms.