Count on us at Horicon Bank to tailor your business loan to meet the needs of your business - no matter how large or small. From manufacturing, to agriculture, to retail, we can help find the solution that is right for you. We are an established, supporting member of the community, and we seek to expand our business services in our local banking communities.
Business Lines of Credit
Horicon Bank’s Lines of Credit provide you access to cash to assist you with your business cash flow needs. Your line is easily accessible through Online Banking or by making a phone transfer to your Horicon Bank checking account.
Horicon Bank’s Term Loans are a great source of capital to purchase equipment, inventory or other assets deemed important to make your business efficient, competitive and successful. Typical terms are 3-7 years.
Real Estate Loans
Horicon Bank’s Commercial Real Estate Loans and Construction Loans make building, acquiring, renovating or even refinancing easy and affordable. Typical construction loans are 6 to 12 months, followed by repayment terms from 15-20 years.
Horicon Bank offers loans for crop production, livestock and equipment needs to America’s oldest business. We also assist in acquiring additional farm real estate with our Agricultural Real Estate Loans.
Stand-by Letters of Credit
Horicon Bank offers Stand-by Letters of Credit to support performance bonds. Horicon Bank’s Letters of Credit offer assurance that your business will meet contractual obligations, or support open-ended accounts with your suppliers. Typical Letters of Credit are one year obligations that can be renewed.
Horicon Bank partners with various government programs like the Small Business Administration to help businesses with their loan needs. Learn more about Government Loan Programs offered for your business.
Custom Loan Options
Horicon Bank will customize the right loan package to meet the needs of your business.
Meet with a local Horicon Bank Business Banker today to find the best loan option for your business.
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