Business Lending

Business Loans and Lines of Credit

Northwest Community Bank offers several financing and lending options to support your business through growth spurts, cash flow fluctuations and general operational needs. Whether you need extra cash for equipment, business acquisitions or short-term expenses, we have opportunities for you.

Northwest Community Bank has the experience, personal interest and range of services you need to operate your business successfully, your way. We are well capitalized and have stronger lending power than some community banks.

Business Line of Credit (LOC)

  • Revolving Line of Credit
  • Short- term, working capital needs
  • Interest payable monthly

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Business Term Loans

  • Fixed or variable term options
  • Equipment loans
  • Long-term financial needs

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Commercial Mortgages & Construction Loans

  • Purchase or refinance real estate
  • Construction financing
  • Owner-occupied buildings
  • Terms up to 20 years
  • Loans to Value up to 75%

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Letters of Credit

  • Available to guarantee payments to vendor or other credit obligations
  • Converts to a demand note, if used

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SBA Loans

Northwest Community Bank actively works with the Small Business Administration to help small businesses who require financing when collateral and/or cash flow may not meet standard underwriting guidelines.

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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Northwest Community Bank Is No Longer Accepting Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Applications

The Small Business Administration announced that Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds have been exhausted and that PPP applications will no longer be accepted from most lenders.

SBA has reserved funding for previously submitted loan applications subject to SBA hold codes that have yet to be resolved. However, loan applications that have not yet received an SBA loan number have not been approved. There is also congressionally mandated funding for PPP loans made by designated “community financial institutions,” defined for bankers’ purposes as minority depository institutions and community development financial institutions.

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness

We are accepting applications for Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness now. To start your application, click the button below:

Begin Forgiveness Application