Webster Five Personal Banking

business loans

Celebrate with a great small business loan rate! For 150 years, we’ve been helping businesses of all sizes and industries with innovative banking products, lending solutions and local knowledge that only a community bank can offer. And to celebrate our 150th anniversary, we’re offering a special 1.50%* below prime rate on small business loans. From financing start-ups to funding acquisitions, a variety of terms, easy qualifying requirements and fast approvals, nothing will come between you and success.
For more information, contact our business banking team at 508-890-8606 or email us.
* Rate effective 5/7/2018. Rate refers to the small business loan product. APR is prime minus 1.50% for the first year. After the first year, rate adjusts to prime plus 2.00%. The prime rate is the rate published in the WSJ.
Our commercial real estate mortgage is perfect for purchasing, constructing or renovating commercial property – including industrial, office, retail or multifamily real estate developments.
  • Both fixed and floating rates available
  • Long-term financing options for owner-occupied or investment real estate
  • Minimum loan is $50,000, with terms up to 25 years
  • Ideal for established businesses that are growing, this revolving line of credit can help pay for working capital needs, such as inventory or account receivable financing.
  • Minimum loan is $25,000, with no prepayment penalty.
  • Apply today, download our application.
  • Finance your business purchases with short- or long-term financing options, and set up automatic payments from your checking or savings account.
  • Minimum loan is $25,000, with terms from one to seven years.
  • Apply today, download our application.
  • For small businesses that may not qualify for financing with traditional underwriting criteria, these loans backed by the Small Business Association (SBA) can be used for working capital, equipment purchases, real estate and more.
  • These documents ensure payment—backed by the bank—from one company to another. They are often used to facilitate import or export trade transactions.

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