Agriculture LoansLet 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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Frequently Asked Questions:
What documents do I need when I apply for an Agricultural Loan?
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
Do you offer help with the loan application?
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.
What are your terms for financing agricultural land?
Texell can finance up to 80% of the land purchase price or value, whichever is less. The loan amortization cannot exceed 25 years.
What are your terms for financing/refinancing agricultural real estate?
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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