Yes. Heartland Bank small business loans aim to open, acquire, or expand a small business. There are several types to choose from: 7(a) Loans for general purposes, SBA Express for lines of credit, 504 Loans for fixed-rate loans, and Cap Lines for working capital, contract, seasonal and builders.
Yes. Heartland Bank will discuss this with you. Generally, they require a security for any amount above $100,000.
No. You can apply for Heartland Bank business loans even if you’re not enrolled in any of their accounts.
There’s no end date. As long as you’ve repaid the borrowed amount, you can use the funds repeatedly within the bounds of your facility limit.
Heartland Bank loan rates vary, depending on the kind of business loan, the amount borrowed, loan term, and interest rate. Interest rate, meanwhile, depends on your current situation. They’ll assess your situation before giving you Heartland Bank loan rates that will apply to your loan.
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