We Invite You to Come Work with a Commercial Loan Specialist
We have the tools and the experience to help you run your business with efficiency, and we are right here working beside you in the community. We understand the challenges you face and we’ll work with you to provide the financing that perfectly fits your needs.
You work directly with your loan officer and you can always talk with the credit officer analyzing your loan request. You have our attention! Explain your business needs and what makes your situation unique. (And we’ll come to you at your office, because that’s easier for you.)
Call or come by to setup a commercial account with The Bank of Bennington.
Contact a Commercial Loan Specialist
The Bank of Bennington is a SBA Preferred Lender. As a Preferred Lender we can process and approve Small Business Administration loans to expedite the process. SBA loans can assist businesses in many ways. Contact your lender for more details.
Acquiring a Business?
Buying or starting a business, come talk to us. We are committed to investing in small business locally, and would love to work with you to help you realize your dreams.
Expanding a Business?
If you are running a business and things are good, they might be even better if you had a bigger space, a larger advertising budget, or more employees. We are committed to finding ways to help your business grow profitably. As this growth occurs, you may need additional capital in the form of an Expansion Loan to finance your expansion plans.
Purchase needed business assets – such as machinery, vehicles, computers and furnishings – over a period of time with Machinery or Equipment loans.
Whether your company’s financial needs are large or small, an experienced business lender can provide prompt solutions with competitive rates, and flexible payment schedules.
Now you can purchase, construct, or refinance real estate with one of the following:
- Owner-Occupied Commercial Construction Loans
- Permanent Commercial Real Estate Loans
- Investment Real Estate
Lines of Credit
If you need short-term cash for your business to fund receivables, fluctuations in a seasonal business, or other pressing needs for working capital, a line of credit may be the best option. With this type of loan, you typically use only what you need as you need it, as opposed to a business term loan that arrives in one lump sum. Lines of credit are generally collateralized. Come talk to us and let us see how we can help your business run smoothly all year.