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Loans that fit your business and help it grow

Sometimes your business needs a little extra funding to help reach that next big goal. We’re here to help. Our business lenders work closely with you and your team to learn about your business, then recommend the financing that best fits your business goals.

Business Line of Credit

Having a business line of credit is ideal when you are looking for a flexible option with quick and convenient access to cash. A line of credit can be used for seasonal purchases, to help boost your inventory or just give you a little extra “wiggle room” to help your cash flow. Your business line of credit can be revolving or non-revolving.

Equipment Loans

Equipment loans help your business replace or update the equipment you need to increase efficiency, productivity or enter into a new market.

Real Estate Loans

If you are looking for land, want to build or expand your space, or just looking for a simple refinance, a real estate loan can help you get there.

Small Business Administration (SBA)

There are a variety of SBA loan programs offered through the U.S. Small Business Administration. SBA loans often require a smaller down payment and can be set up with longer repayment terms. Bank of Oakfield is your SBA partner to help you find the program that is the right fit for you. To learn more about SBA loans, visit the SBA website at

SBA 504 

Bank of Oakfield is a member of Wisconsin Business Development (WBD), this means we can help businesses get financing without draining their working capital. SBA 504 loans through WBD has lower down payments and long repayment terms. You can use a SBA 504 loan for fixed assets such as land, buildings, or equipment. For more information take a look at the Wisconsin Business Development web site at

Investment Properties

Bank loans for investment properties are also considered a business. If you are looking to invest in real estate, speak with one of our business lenders about an investment property loan.

Get started today

Contact a Bank of Oakfield business lender today.  Here is what you will need to get started: