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Business Loans

TFB offers a highly personalized, direct banking approach. As commercial banking experts, our loan officers at TFB will take the time to thoroughly understand the financial needs of your business and, using this knowledge, develop a financing plan that maximizes your company's strengths. All TFB lending decisions are made locally, as they have been for 100+ years.


Commercial Real Estate & Construction

  • Perfect for the purchase and development of investment and owner occupied commercial real estate
  • Commercial mortgages for retail, office, industrial and multi-family properties
  • Land acquisition and development through construction

For more information on Commercial Real Estate and Construction Loans, please contact us.

Equipment & Vehicle Financing

If you, like many business owners today, need to expand your operations, a TFB Equipment or Vehicle Loan can help your company modernize its facilities or expand to meet new demand.

For more information on equipment and vehicle financing for your business, please contact us.

Starting the Business Lending Process

Already have an account with us? Great! Apply online and get approved in minutes!

It’s important to work with a local, experienced financial professional you can count on. As a community bank, it’s what we do—straightforward banking with no surprises.

Here are a few things you will need to get the process started:

  • Business Organizational Documents
  • Last 3 years of Business Financial Statements and Tax Returns, Including All Schedules
  • Current Interim Business Financial Statement
  • Report of Accounts Receivable and Payable
  • Last 3 years of Personal Tax Returns for Owners of the Business, including All Schedules
  • Current Personal Financial Statement for Owners of the Business
  • Commercial Real Estate Transactions: A Copy of Sales, Land, and Construction Contracts
  • Business Startups: A Business Plan (including Proforma financial information) and a Market Feasibility Study

For more information on starting the business lending process, contact us.

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