business loans & commercial lending - Peoples State Bank

business loans & commercial lending

business loans

Helping the business community grow is one of the most important functions a community bank can provide. Peoples offers a full range of business lending services designed to help you fund your company’s future. We are ready to serve you with our financial expertise and local decision making throughout Central and Northern Wisconsin. We will assist you with developing a long-term financial program that can assist your business.

Equipment Financing

  • Manufacturing machinery
  • Construction, agriculture and forestry implements
  • Other capital expenditure needs
  • Fixed rate financing or lease options

Real Estate Financing

  • Expansion of current facility
  • Acquisition of commercial, industrial, retail and multi-family property
  • Short-term working capital financing for business seasonality or discount opportunities
  • Investment property
  • Long-term financing options available for up to 25 years
  • Short-term working capital financing for business to seasonality or discount opportunities
  • Inventory and accounts receivable financing
  • Short-term guidance lines for equipment, machinery and vehicle purchases

SBA and WHEDA Loan Guarantees

Peoples considers options such as the SBA’s Low Doc, 504, and 7A programs as well as WHEDA guarantees in order to construct the optimal loan package for your company or business. Peoples is also recognized as a Preferred Lender with the SBA, allowing us to reduce timing to closing and provide faster service on loans.

Other Financing Expertise

  • Business acquisition
  • Local financing programs such as revolving loan funds for your real estate or business needs

Overdraft Protection Options

  • Specific lines of credit for overdraft protection
  • Line of credit sweep account, linked to your business checking account at Peoples


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