Lines of Credit for Business
A line of credit offers the flexibility to take advantage of business opportunities as they arise. Typically, lines of credit are repaid from your business’s operating cash flow and provide short-term financing for your operating needs, and to support account receivables and inventory. Get started today with Core Bank!
Growing with a New Line of Credit
Core Bank’s team of friendly professionals is passionate about helping our customers understand business lines of credit. We’ll work with you every step of the way to help you grow and to support your company.
How Lines of Credit Work
Uses for Lines of Credit
A business line of credit gives you access to a fixed amount of funds to meet short-term needs for your business such as operational expenses, purchasing inventory, and more.
Qualifying for a Business Line of Credit
There are a few requirements for a business line of credit. Reach out and speak with a professional lender at Core Bank to learn more about qualifying for lines of credit.
Line of Credit FAQs
How do I get a line of credit for my business?
Core Bank makes it easy to receive a business line of credit. Follow our straightforward application process and speak with a professional lender at Core Bank today to get started!
Does a business line of credit affect your personal credit score?
A business line of credit may impact your personal credit history. In particular, if you are a sole proprietor, your personal credit may have a greater impact on your business.
Contact Core Bank
Ready to apply for a new line of credit for your business? Get in touch with the business banking team at Core Bank to learn more about lines of credit and apply today!
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