Grow your business with our loans.

Choose us for financing your business, and you'll benefit from local decisions. You need the right financial partner to help with a business loan when you’re ready to grow and expand, or when you simply need to supplement cash flow at slower times. We understand and are ready to help with whatever you might need. Because we live here too, we understand the market. We'll take the time to get to know your business and what you need to be successful.

We offer a wide variety of business loans to fit your needs, whether you’ve been in business 10 months, 10 years or beyond. Our loans are available to sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, non-profit organizations, government entities for business purposes, as well as other types of business entities.

Types of Business Loans:

  • Short-term demand loans.
  • Secured and unsecured term and working capital loans.
  • Commercial lines of credit.
  • Commercial real estate mortgage loans.
  • Commercial installment loans.
  • Business/farm equipment financing.
  • Commercial interim construction financing.
  • Small business loans.
  • Agricultural loans.
  • Community development loans.
  • Small Business Administration loans.
  • Industrial development authority loans.
  • Domestic and international letters of credit and acceptance financing.
  • Loans to local government entities, municipal authorities and school districts.
  • Loans to community-based organizations---including nonprofit agencies that provide social services to the community.
  • Plus, we work with many governmental agencies.

We'll make sure the loan fits your needs.

Our commercial loans offer flexibility. Fixed and variable interest rates are available depending on the nature of the loan. The loan term may range from 30 days to 20 years, even 25 years in certain cases, depending on the purpose of the loan and your needs.

Our commercial lenders would be happy to talk with you about your specific needs. Please call 1.888.334.ACNB (2262) and ask to speak to the commercial lender that covers the geographic area where your business is located. Or, if you prefer, complete the Business Contact Information Form.

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