Whether you’re a small startup with a handful of employees or an established corporation looking for your next stage of growth, a commercial loan from Landmark National Bank can help you move closer to your financial goals. We offer a wide variety of commercial loans that give your business the power necessary to compete in today’s market.
Our experienced team of commercial lenders knows our communities. We can give you a decision on your loan and help get your project underway sooner. Types of commercial loans we offer include:
- Accounts receivable loans
- Agribusiness loans
- Commercial real estate
- Commercial term
- Letters of credit
- Revolving lines of credit
- Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed programs
- Commercial vehicles
- Working capital
Types of Business Loans
Accounts Receivable Loans
Use your outstanding invoices as collateral to obtain the financing you need to grow your business.
From farm equipment to other input costs, an agribusiness loan can keep your farm up and running, whether it’s a large-scale commercial operation or a family owned-and-operated business.
Commercial Real Estate
No matter if you’re buying your first brick and mortar location or expanding a franchise, commercial real estate loans can help you acquire the land or building you need to grow even bigger.
Build your business from the ground up—literally—with construction loans. Finance purchasing land, building supplies, and contractor work with this loan type.
Replace your business’s equipment or buy even more. From computers to factory machines, our equipment loans can help you obtain the tools you need to succeed.
If your most popular items sell out, an inventory loan can help keep your shelves stocked and your customers happy.
Revolving Lines of Credit
A revolving line of credit allows you to make purchases for your business as needed. Take care of monthly expenses without having to worry about applying for new financing each month.
Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans
Tailored specifically for businesses with a limited footprint, SBA-backed loans can help get your small business up and running with an infusion of capital.
Whether your fleet is one truck or twenty, a commercial vehicle loan can help keep your technicians, sales team, and managers on the road.
Finance your everyday business operations with a loan that can help you cover payroll and day-to-day needs.