Attention entrepreneurs! As you build your small business, partner with a Bay Area credit union that understands and meets your needs. We take pride in lending to small businesses throughout California because we know what makes a successful small business: Valuable products and services, attention to detail and superior customer service.
KeyPoint Credit Union offers several low-interest business loan options so you can capitalize on business opportunities when they arise. Benefits of business loans and lines of credit include:
- Our loan plans are customized for your needs.
- We offer lower business loan rates, fewer business loan fees, and a higher level of service than you'll find at banks.
- Expect a supportive, attentive approach from loan professionals committed to your success.
KeyPoint Credit Union’s Business Loan Options
- Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans: KeyPoint offers both the 7(a) and 504 SBA Loan programs (KeyPoint is an SBA Preferred Lender!)
- 7(a) Loan Program: This flexible program is used to finance everything from machinery and equipment, to land and buildings (including purchase, renovation and new construction).
- 504 Loan Program: This program is specifically tailored to provide you with long-term, fixed-rate financing to acquire major fixed assets for expansion with as little as 10% down.
- Commercial & Investment Real Estate Loans starting at $350K: Offered on various types of investment real estate, including single tenant, multi-units, strip malls, land, residential investment and more.
- Commercial Equipment loans starting at $5K: KeyPoint offers the equipment loans you need for your business, such as dental equipment, X-Ray, refrigeration units and more.
- Business Lines of Credit starting at $50K: Ideal for small businesses that need a credit line for a variety of business needs.
We’re eager to discuss small-business loan options with you. Please contact Steven H. Weiler at (415) 971-2034 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
, submit an online request form
,or apply today