Whether you are in need of additional cash or want to expand your business, WashingtonFirst Bank has a variety of loan products that can be tailored to fit your business’ needs. Plus, with local decision-makers you will benefit from quick turnarounds on loan and credit requests.
Small Business Loans
When you have big plans for your small business, WashingtonFirst Bank can help you succeed. We have the experience and flexibility to help you obtain SBA financing. Regardless of whether you are looking to purchase equipment, upgrade your facilities, or want to expand your business, our banking experts can help you qualify for the SBA program that’s right for you.
Lines of Credit (LOC)
Our Business Lines of Credit will provide cash to help you meet short-term funding needs such as increasing inventory, dealing with seasonal cash flow issues, or taking advantage of unexpected opportunities. Your line of credit also gives you the capability to finance receivables, better manage your cash flow, and perhaps even improve your company’s credit standing with vendors/suppliers.
A Term Loan can help your business fulfill its long-term goals. These funds may be used to finance equipment, a change in ownership, a new business acquisition or other long-term needs of a company. Our Business Banking Specialists structure your loan so that your repayment schedule works with your business cash flow.
Build a new home, office, plant or facility. Renovate or remodel existing residential or commercial space. No matter what your goal, a Construction Loan from WashingtonFirst Bank helps you achieve your goals. Construction Loans are each unique and are designed for each particular situation.
Practice Partnership Loans
Whether you've just started your practice or have an already established one, the demands of the “real” world still loom—debt from your education, credit card bills, practice expenses, rent, taxes, and more. If you need help with these obligations, a WashingtonFirst Practice Partnership Loan is designed specifically to meet the financial needs of physicians, dentists, veterinarians, accountants and attorneys.