Business Loan Products
Solera National Bank offers a wide variety of business loans to keep you on a successful track. Click here to talk with one of our experienced loan officers to find out which product is right for your business.
Real Estate Secured Loan
It makes sense to purchase or refinance your commercial real estate in the current low-rate market environment. Talk with our commercial lenders about the wide variety of options available you.
Are you planning to expand your growing business? We can provide the money that will turn your dream into a reality. Our experienced commercial lenders offer flexible-term business construction loans at competitive interest rates. Let us find the right solution for you.
Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans
Whether your business is new and growing or large and well-established, our experienced SBA lenders will help you with competitive interest rates and terms through a Small Business Administration guaranteed loan. An SBA 504 or SBA 7(a) loan program could be the right solution for you. You can use funds from the program to buy a facility, to purchase land and build a new building, to renovate or expand an existing structure, or to purchase equipment and machinery for a business.
Business Lines of Credit
Lines of credit are available with flexible terms and interest rates to meet the cash flow needs of your business.
Accounts Receivable Financing
Now you can bridge the gap between payables due to suppliers today and receivables that your customers won't remit for 30 days or more. BusinessManager® enables you to get cash for your accounts receivable deposited directly into your bank account by selling them to the bank at a discount. The bank can send statements on your behalf, and offer payment terms to your customers.
Let us take care of you equipment and machinery financing. You'll have a variety of options, and we can help find the one that's right for you.
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