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Up to $250,000
Apply online with quick decisions
Competitive rates with the option to lock in a fixed rate
Up to $1 million
Competitive interest rates
Interest-only payment option
Up to $500,000
Revolving terms with a 5-year maximum
Monthly interest-only payments
A business line of credit lets a business borrow up to a certain amount of money and will only charge interest on the amount of money borrowed (like how your credit card works). A line of credit is unlike a traditional loan where you’d be given a lump sum of money that you’d pay back with interest in monthly payments.
A working capital line of credit lets a business borrow money up to the amount of working capital the business has (calculated by subtracting the company’s current liabilities from its assets). With a working capital line of credit, just like other kinds of lines of credit, interest is only charged on the amount of money borrowed.
A business line of credit works kind of like a credit card. A line of credit lets a business borrow up to a certain amount of money and will only charge interest on the amount of money borrowed. It’s unlike a traditional loan where you’d be given a lump sum of money that you’d pay back with interest in monthly payments.
Applying for a business line of credit is easy. You’ll decide which line of credit is right for your business and then fill out an application either online or with a business banker. If you’re interested in putting up collateral in exchange for a lower interest rate, you’ll need business assets like commercial real estate.
To prepare to apply, gather your business and personal tax returns, financial statements, articles of incorporation and other legal documents.