Small Business Loan
Kick Start Your Business the Right Way with a Small Business Loan from an SBA Preferred Lender
Start your business the right way with a loan from an SBA preferred lender, Woodlands National Bank. Choosing us to help kick off your business is a wise decision. In fact, the Small Business Administration (SBA) agrees with you by naming us a preferred choice for offering small business loans.
Only lenders that rank among the top for both activity and expertise can earn the preferred badge. At Woodlands National Bank, our years of experience with commercial enterprises have given us this prestigious honor.
What our distinction of being an SBA preferred lender means for you is a simpler process for filing for your loan. Though business loans require extra steps and paperwork that personal bank loans don't require, our commercial loan officers will help you through every step of the way. Talk to us to find out how our status as a Small Business Administration preferred lender can make getting a loan less painful.
Getting a small business loan through us at Woodlands National Bank is much easier than through other lenders. Because the SBA approves us to make loan decisions, we can approve, close, and service your loan from our office. You need to wait for less time to find out the status of your business loan.
By choosing us for your loan, you may still get approval even if you don't seem like a standard borrower. SBA loans allow small business owners who may not have a lot of capital for a down payment to get the money they need. The SBA serves as a guarantor for part of the loan, which makes it easier for lenders, like us to approve more business owners.
Starting a business requires funds. Make your initial loan process easier by choosing us at Woodlands National Bank for your small business loan. As an SBA lender, we make it possible for faster turnarounds on decisions about your loan and can lend to a wider range of borrowers. See what we can do for you by talking to one of our commercial loan officers today.