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Starting or expanding your business can be overwhelming, there's so much to think about whether it's transitioning the family farm or engaging in a new start-up. Let us help guide you through your agricultural or commercial loan options. We have the knowledge and desire to help you be successful.
BRCB offers personalized service, competitive rates, flexible terms, and a variety of credit plans. Call or stop-in to meet with one of our experienced Loan Officers or APPLY NOW today!
Black River Country Bank has deep roots in Ag-Lending. Since we were established in 1907, we have helped many agriculture customers over the years. We value the strong work ethic and sensible values that farm customers bring to the table.
We make farm real estate and personal property loans for startup, operating or expansion. We have experience in financing dairy, beef, hog, poultry, and crop operations. We can arrange participation in FSA, Farmer Mac, WHEDA, and other government loan programs.
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Justin Blaken firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 488-2411 NMLS# 433832
Max Hart email@example.com or (608) 488-2411 NMLS #1257455
Always dreamed of starting your own business? Have an established business with expansion plans? We have the resources to help you achieve your goals. Our experienced Loan Officers can provide guidance to design a loan that provides you comfort and security.
Interest is generally tax-deductible, contact your tax advisor for specific information. We can help finance real estate, personal property, as well as Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans.
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The Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced that Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding has been exhausted. As of yesterday, May 4, the PPP application portal will stop accepting applications for loans from lenders except for minority depository institutions (MDIs) and community development financial institutions (CDFIs).