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Agriculture Loans

Let Texell help you achieve your agricultural business dreams. Whether you are looking to purchase land as an owner/operator, as a real estate investment to lease, purchasing equipment for agricultural use, or if you simply need a working capital loan, Texell’s Commercial Loan Heroes are ready to help.

Why Choose Texell for Your Agricultural Loan?

  • Local decisions for local business loans. Our loan officers live here too and understand our market. We are ready to help grow your agricultural business.
  • Combine all of your agricultural lending needs in one place. Texell can provide real estate purchases and refinancing, equipment loans, land purchases, working capital loans, and so much more.
  • Loans to fit your needs — terms available with up to 30 years, depending on loan type.
  • Select from a variety of loan terms and payment options.
  • Quick and easy approval process.

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Get a personalized consultation with a local Commercial Loan expert at one of our branches.

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Talk with a Commercial Loan expert Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Call 254.774.5161.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Applying for an agricultural loan may require some or all of the following documentation:

  • Business tax returns, if applicable
  • Personal tax returns
  • Your books, records, and financial reports
  • Details regarding collateral
  • A third-party appraisal of the property, if needed
  • Business plan
Texell will help you every step of the way. We will guide you through the loan application process to help your business succeed. We’ll work together to get a loan that best meets your needs.
Texell can finance up to 80% of the land purchase price or value, whichever is less. The loan amortization cannot exceed 25 years.
Texell can finance up to 80% of the appraised value on agricultural refinances and up to 80% of the purchase price or value of agricultural real estate, whichever is less. The amortization cannot exceed 25 years.

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