It takes a lot to power your business—operating space, machinery, computers, vehicles, you name it. Whatever working asset you need to build your business, Ion Bank has a Commercial Lending solution to finance it with a competitive low rate and heavy-duty savings over the long haul.
Just tell us your business needs and goals, and we’ll help equip you to grow.
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Outgrown your operating space, or looking to add a new location? Ion Bank has the perfect financing solution for the job with a variety of Commercial Mortgages to expand your office, warehouse or retail property to fit your growing needs. When you’re moving to the next stage, count on Ion Bank to feature a wide range of programs to help you achieve your business goals. Commercial mortgages through Ion Bank provide short- and long-term financing with flexible terms. All financing is tailored precisely to your business needs.
Residential Development & Construction Loans
As a business expands, land acquisition, development, and other complex transitions appear to be the next step ahead. To reach this goal, build on your future with a Residential Development package to buy or build new.
- Land Acquisition, Land Development and Home Building
- Construction Mortgage or Line of Credit
- Standby Letter of Credit
Commercial Installment Loans
Consider this program when your business needs funds for new equipment, machinery, or vehicles.
Business Lines of Credit
Obtain financing for seasonal working capital, individual projects, or smaller purchases with a Business Line of Credit. As a greater asset, Ion Bank offers convenient repayment schedules and access to funds through Online Banking and by telephone.
Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans
Designed to help provide funding for which businesses may not otherwise qualify. SBA loans provide more flexible terms than conventional loan options, letting you preserve working capital for other expenses. SBA loans can help growing businesses purchase or renovate real estate, acquire fixed assets such as machinery and equipment, borrow working capital for ongoing financing needs or fund the acquisition of new businesses.