Small Business Loans
A small business loan provides flexible financing for a variety of expenses such as start-up costs, working capital, equipment purchases, real estate, and much more. Contact a lender today to start a conversation about your lending needs. We are a one-stop banking partner for small business owners in Quad Cities and Stateline surrounding communities, offering a suite of deposit accounts and lending services designed to help businesses thrive. Contact our experienced team of lenders today to learn how we can help.
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Benefits of a Small Business Loan From SENB Bank
Take advantage of short- and long-term financing options, as well as:
- Competitive rates
- Quick decision-making
- Flexible terms and a variety of payment options
- Small Business Administration (SBA) loans
- Local decisions and an easy application process
What do you need to apply for a loan?
When you visit a SENB Bank location to apply for a loan or lease, you’ll want to bring the following documentation to streamline the process:
- 3 years of business tax returns
- Business financial statements (balance sheet and income statement)
- 3 years of personal tax returns
- Personal Financial Statement
- Click here to securely upload financial documents
Contact a commercial lender today
SENB Bank Bank has been committed to the prosperity of businesses in the Quad Cities, the Stateline region and our neighboring communities since 1961. Broader resources, knowledgeable people, and fast, local decision-making on loans are what make us the partner who can help you grow your bottom line. SENB Bank team members are trained and prepared to provide you a “Smart. Easy. Notably Better.” banking experience. Our commercial lending team is always ready to help you find the right financial solution to grow your business. Call or stop into one of our locations in Iowa, Illinois, or Wisconsin today to apply for a business loan or lease!
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