Skip to main content
_FB_2018-Icons-finalized-cleaned-up_new_FB_2018-Icons-finalized-cleaned-up_newGroup 9
Back
Scroll to top

Small Business Loans for Women – High Point, NC

First Bank has small business loans for women who want to open a business in the High Point, NC, area. This metropolitan area currently sits at 66th on Forbes list of Best Places for Business and Careers in the nation. Our community continues to grow, making it a great place for any entrepreneur to start a business.

Empowering Women with Small Business Loans

In the past 15 years, the number of women-owned businesses has grown. First Bank can help you achieve the goal of creating a new startup company with a small business loan.

First Bank’s Small Business Loan Options

First Bank is dedicated to helping women entrepreneurs in High Point, NC, take out small business loans that meet the specific needs of their current or future company. We offer:

  • Business credit cards with rewards* – Our Mastercard Business Card With Rewards has no annual maintenance fee, offers low rates, and is a great way to manage your business expenses.
  • Lines of credit – Our lines of credit provide the flexibility you need when starting a business. Access cash quickly and conveniently when you need it, so you can take advantage of business opportunities whenever they present themselves.
  • Business loans* – First Bank offers customized business loans, so you can expand your business, finance new equipment and vehicles, or refinance debt.
  • Commercial mortgages* – We are a commercial lender and provide competitive pricing on a variety of commercial mortgage products. Move your business into the space of your dreams with one of our custom commercial mortgage loans.
  • Construction loans* –  Our construction loans provide you with capital for new construction, remodeling, expansion, and any other construction projects you may need to gain a business edge.

Stop by  either of First Bank’s two High Point locations to learn more about our small business loans for women.


See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our MasterCard® programs. ©2013 MasterCard. MasterCard, Debit MasterCard and the MasterCard brand marks are trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. Loans subject to credit approval.

———-

Sources:

Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/places/nc/greensboro/

Trending Topics

Small Business Loans for Women in South Carolina

First Bank in South Carolina is dedicated to helping women entrepreneurs get their businesses up and running. That is why we offer a variety of small business loans with competitive rates. According to the National...

Mobile Check Deposits from Anywhere

Before mobile phones and tablets, checks had to be cashed in person or by mail. Now, mobile check deposits allows you to deposit your checks from anywhere, so long as your mobile device has Internet or cellular service....

Best Savings Account Rates in Albemarle, NC

The Simple Dollar lists 100 Great Tips for Saving Money for Those Just Getting Started. At the top of the list? Finding the best savings account rates. In Albemarle, NC, First Bank has two locations with highly competitive...

Four Different Types of Services | Banking

A bank’s job is to provide customers with financial services that help people better manage their lives. As technology advances and competition increases, banks are offering different types of services to stay...

How Much Savings Should I Have At Age 30?

Do you know how much savings you should have at age 30? Unfortunately, there is no exact answer. Expert advice conflicts between encouraging 30-year-olds to save more and investing their already saved money into...

High Interest Checking Accounts – North Carolina

A high interest checking account in North Carolina can offer a safe, steady solution for those who want to grow their money without much risk. At First Bank, we have several branches conveniently located across the state...

Education Savings Account – North Carolina

College is expensive. The cost of tuition, housing, books, food, and transportation starts to add up. The cost of going to college has gone up by over 400% since the 1970s. The average college student’s debt is...

What are 30-Year Mortgage Rates?

If you are thinking about buying a home, you may be asking the question, “What are 30-year mortgage rates?” There are many ways to figure out the current average 30-year mortgage rates, but the best way to find...

Get a Lower Interest Rate By Refinancing Your Mortgage Today

With mortgage rates remaining low, whether to refinance or not has been a common question asked among our customers. Read on to learn more about the “the what” and “why” part of...

The Benefits of Checking Accounts with Online Access

Out of all the factors that tend to influence our decisions regarding financial management, levels of convenience tend to play a heavier role than others. For that reason, online tools, such as access to checking accounts...