Business Loans and Lines of Credit
The right loans for your business
When you're looking to grow your business, you need financial solutions that are designed with an eye toward your specific needs. Our experienced Business Bankers understand the intricacies behind your business and industry. They'll work with you to find the perfect line of credit or loan for your business.
What's the easiest way to get cash for your business? A revolving line of credit with Bank of Texas. After applying once, you'll have quick access to advances, any time.
To do your job correctly, you need the right equipment. With a Bank of Texas equipment and vehicle loan, you can buy just what you need for your business, when you need it.
Does your business need a new home? Thinking of buying instead of leasing? There are lots of benefits to owning your own commercial real estate.
Are you looking for a small business loan that meets your specific needs? An SBA Loan might be just what you need. Backed by the Small Business Administration (SBA), these loans can be used for a variety of business purposes.
Want the convenience of having a credit card specifically for your small business? We have just the thing. Learn more about our different options and apply today.
Lock in your loans
With BusinessLock, you get the convenience of locking* portions of your balance into separate fixed rate term loans, which also eliminates the need to apply for a loan each time you need to make a purchase.
You can use your line of credit as a working capital line of credit, and you can also use the same line for fixed rate term loans or locks.
Locks can be requested anytime, as long as your account is open and in good standing. As your outstanding balance is paid down, those dollars become available for future borrowing.
Find out more about BusinessLock by talking with one of our Business Bankers today.
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