Trying to Grow Your Business?
Commercial Mortgage Options
Our Commercial Lending team is here to support your growing business. Whether you're looking for a new building for your company headquarters or an income-producing residential investment property, Peach State has a lending solution for you.
- Flexible Terms Short and long-term loan options to meet your business lending needs.
- Competitive Rates Competitive rates equal low monthly payments, allowing you to use your capital to grow.
- Lots of Choices We offer a variety of business loans to consider when planning for growth.
- Fast Decisions Your commercial mortgage application stays local for a quick turnaround.
SMALL BUSINESS LOANS
Our Experienced Lending Team will Help Your Business Expand
At Peach State, we understand the needs of small business owners and can provide commercial mortgage options that will meet the needs of your growing company.
- Small Business Association (SBA) 7(a) and 504 Loans offer long-term, fixed-rate financing for major assets such as land and new buildings for both commercial and residential properties.
- Short and long-term options make our loans accessible for smaller businesses.
- Our suite of mortgage options gives business owners the choice of owner occupied, non-owner occupied and investment properties.
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Speak with a Business Loan Specialist
If the next step in the growth of your business is to discuss your future plans with a Business Loan Specialist, complete this form and we'll be in touch as quickly as possible.
Our team of experts can help you select the right business loan options for your unique needs. They can also show you business accounts for saving and investing your cash assets, as well as discuss transactional accounts and services like Business Checking and Merchant Services that may fit your business needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
These are a few of the commonly asked questions about our Commercial Mortgage options. For even more FAQs, check out our Member Knowledge Base.
How are your rates determined for business loans?
Do you pull personal credit for business loans?