First National Bank Loans

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Business Loans

First National Bank has the loan programs to help you grow and expand your business as well as refinancing your existing business debt to maximize your cash flow. These products range from purchase, refinance or improvement of your commercial property. We have loan programs to help you grow and expand your farm as well as refinancing your existing agricultural debt to maximize your cash flow.

 

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Real Estate

First National Bank has the loan programs to help you grow and expand your business as well as refinancing your existing business debt to maximize your cash flow. These products range from purchase, refinance, or improvement of your commercial property.


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Agricultural

Agri-business faces many challenges due to the weather and market. Explaining your farm operation to your banker should not be a challenge. First National Bank is a rural community bank that understands agriculture and has staff with ties to current farm production.


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Construction Loan

First National Bank offers loans to build new commercial buildings, multi-family residential apartments, and financing to renovate an existing building. Every construction project is unique. First National Bank recognizes this and has the experience and knowledge to help you with your financing needs.


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Equipment Loans

Every business has equipment needs specific to their industry. This equipment is the very engine of the business and without it the business does not go forward. First National understands this need and will structure a loan to move your business forward.


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Lines of Credit

Business lines have many uses ranging from inventory to short-term working capital needs. Once approved customers have access to funds when they need it to manage their cash flow and enjoy the benefit of only having to pay interest on the actual funds borrowed.


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