Fort Worth Business Loans Tips, Info & FAQs
A loan intended for business purposes.
Get a low-rate loan for your business and start living your dream. We offer a variety of different business loans and lines of credit, and our Fort Worth business loan experts can even help you pick the one that best suits the needs of your large or small business in Tarrant County. We are here to help.
Because every business is different, we recognize that you need options. Our loan experts can teach and mentor to help you find the perfect fit for your business. Whether you are a business tycoon or a small business start-up, we have an option here for you. UTCU provides working capital for Fort Worth businesses with SBA loans, lines of credit, equipment and vehicle loans, and real estate loans.
Want to know how we help? Here’s a complete list of the business loans we offer Fort Worth companies at United Texas:
- Business Equipment, Agricultural Equipment
In order for your business to thrive, you need the appropriate equipment and tools. We can get you a business loan for new or used equipment to get your company on the right track.
Need a specialized car or truck for your company? We help with that, too. Whether needing a van to haul equipment or a car for longer travel, we can provide you the loan for a new or used vehicle for your business.
- Real Estate for your Business or Investment Rental Property
Have a business idea but nowhere for the business itself? Let us help you! We can provide working capital for your small business.
- SBA Guaranteed Loans
We are a Preferred SBA Lender.
- Lines of Credit
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Fort Worth is an incredible place for business. There is rich culture in the heart of the city with opportunities for business in the arts and other cultural pursuits. There is also a plethora of spaces in rural areas outside of the city for agricultural pursuits. No matter the needs, demands, or customer base needed for your business, our working capital and business loans make Fort Worth a great place to start your venture.
Starting a business? Ask yourself these questions first.
Starting your own business can be quite the leap of faith. Before you jump, here are some questions to help you know if you’re ready:
1. Am I an expert?
Passion is great, but it’s not enough. To be an effective consultant or independent professional, you need unique knowledge and expertise to impress your clients and keep them coming back.
2. Do I have the cash?
Starting a company is a pricey endeavor. You need plenty of cash on hand for everyday expenses and emergencies, too. Be generous in your estimates — plan for the worst while you hope for the best.
3. Can I be my own boss?
Managing yourself is an acquired skill. If you’re comfortable overseeing your own schedule, setting your own target goals and keeping yourself on task, you’re well on your way to becoming your own boss.
4. What’s my business plan?
Before you launch, you should have a detailed business plan that covers cash flow, marketing and sales, plans to raise capital and even an exit strategy. It may seem like a lot of work, but it’ll save you time and trouble down the road.
5. What’s my pitch?
As the head of your own business, you’re a full-time salesperson. You’ll need an elevator pitch — a way to describe your product or service in the shortest amount of time. Sales are essential to your success, so start working on your confidence and delivery.
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What documents are required for a business account?
- Here is a convenient list of necessary documents.
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Fort Worth Business Loans Why United Texas
- Local Decision Making
- Low rates
- Straightforward application
- Loans for equipment, business vehicles and real estate including investment real estate
- Lines of credit and term loans
- SBA Guaranteed Loans - We're an SBA Preferred Lender
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How to get a Business Loan
If you’re not yet a member, you’ll need to complete a membership application and open a Business Savings account with a minimum $5 opening deposit.
To apply for a business loan, submit a Business Loan Application, a Personal Financial Statement and any other documents required for a business account.
Please provide the following information for your business loan request:
- Three years of federal business tax returns, including all schedules
- Year-to-date business financial statement (interim statement)
- Three years of federal personal tax returns, including all schedules: a start-up, proforma balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flow and business plan