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Business Lines
of Credit

Get flexibility for your small business with a
line of credit from Educators Credit Union.

Business Lines of Credit

Business lines of credit can be used for a variety of purposes: seasonality, working capital, short-term asset financing, or inventory, for example. Educators Credit Union can explore a number of collateral options, including real estate, equipment, accounts receivable and inventory. Term and interest rates are determined by the line of credit amount, loan to value, credit history, overall financial strength, and other factors. 

 


application process

Visit any Educators Credit Union branch to apply for a business loan or line of credit. To help the application process, applicants should bring tax returns for the business and any business owners for the previous three years, entity documents, and collateral information if available.


If you have questions about Small Business Loans, contact Business Development Officers, Neil Staeck at 262.321.7408, Scott Heine at 262.780.9216 or Kris Frey at 608.314.8327 or stop in at any Educators location for more information.

Visit any Educators location
to apply for a Business Line of Credit.

Looking for other options? We also offer Small Business Loans.

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