Business Loans & Lines

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Call us at 877-325-8031 or contact one of our experienced commercial lenders directly.

 

Commercial Lines of Credit

Consider this cost-effective approach for filling gaps in your cash flow. Perfect for seasonal changes in inventory and receivables, unexpected cash needs, or for taking advantage of vendor discounts. Lines of credit are typically repaid from your business' operating cash flow.

 

Commercial Term Loans Financing

Also called installment loans, term loans are commonly used for long-term capital requirements like machinery, equipment and vehicles. Other uses include financing a change in ownership or new business acquisitions

 

Commercial Real Estate Loans

May be used for the purchase or refinance of real estate. A conventional real estate loan will provide financing up to 80 percent of the market value of the property.

 

SBA Loans

Funds small businesses making fixed-asset investments from $120,000 up to several million dollars to create or retain jobs. Honor Bank works closely with local economic development corporations to offer SBA 504 and 7(a) Loans to qualified borrowers. The program provides long-term financing at a fixed interest rate with a low down payment, typically 10 percent. Loans can be used for fixed assets, including:

  • Land acquisition/construction
  • Purchase/remodeling of an existing building
  • Purchase/repair of machinery and equipment

Learn more about Honor Bank's SBA Financing Options.

 

Construction Loans

Allows you to pay for construction as it happens, borrowing only what you need, when you need it. Simply submit periodic draw requests for specific work that has been completed. Upon inspection, Honor Bank advances on the draw requests to pay your contractors.

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