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Giving your business the resources to grow
Service Credit Union is passionate about helping businesses in our community. We can provide the capital you need to grow your existing business, buy vehicles or equipment. We can even advise on applying for government-backed Small Business Administration (SBA) loans.
We offer business lines of credit at favorable rates and terms, ensuring cash flow year round, even if your sales are seasonal. You know your business, and our business account managers are there to help energize your enterprise.
Does your business need some room to grow? We can write commercial mortgages at favorable rates to help you build new, better facilities, renovate your existing workplace or even develop new properties for commercial use.
Choose from fixed or variable interest rates, with terms and payment plans customized to fit your company’s cash flow. Our commercial lenders understand local commercial real estate, from the ground up.
Business Line of Credit
Even thriving businesses need credit to make payroll in the slow season, stock up on holiday inventory or cover an unexpected expense. Our business line of credit is always there when you need it.
We can help you secure government-backed loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration. We walk you through the whole process, so these low-interest loans get approved right in our branch for fast action. And SBA loans are backed by government-sponsored loan guarantees.
Commercial Vehicle Loans
Does your business need a new truck, a fleet of delivery vans or just a company car? Whatever it takes to keep your business rolling, we can write loans that put you behind the wheel, at competitive rates.
Need equipment for your business? We can write loans geared to any type of purchase—from new, used or upgrades. Loans are tailored to your needs, from short-term to long-term.