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First Bank Loans


Between banks and online lenders, you have a lot of options to choose from when you need a loan. But not all loans are created equal, and First Bank loans are a step above the rest. If you are in need of a loan, visit your local First Bank. We offer a variety of loan options, from personal loans to mortgage loans, with highly competitive rates.

Loans Available at First Bank

First Bank loans come in a variety of forms, each with competitive rates and flexible terms:

  • Personal loans. Gain instant borrowing power with a personal credit line, use overdraft to borrow up to your limit, or use the equity in your home to secure a home equity loan.
  • Business loans. Use a credit line, lump-sum business loan, or construction loan to finance your business.
  • Credit cards. Take advantage of no annual fees and competitive interest rates to complete personal or business transactions today and pay for them tomorrow.
  • Mortgages. Conventional, government, jumbo, commercial, and professional loans are all possible with a First Bank loan.

First Bank Loans

Applying for a First Bank Loan

Applying for a loan is simple with First Bank.

Whether it’s building a business or moving into your dream home, a First Bank loan can help you with some of life’s biggest purchases.


Loans subject to credit approval.

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