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Commercial Loans & Mortgages

As a business owner, you rely on financing for your company to grow and succeed – whether for the purchase, renovation or refinancing of commercial real estate, term loans for equipment purchases or other long term financing, or lines of credit for working capital, inventory or receivables financing. Bristol County Savings Bank has an experienced staff of local lenders who work closely with you to make sure that the loans fit your needs, at affordable rates and without jumping through unnecessary hoops. All of our loan decisions are made locally by people who understand the local economy. As a preferred SBA lender, we can offer a wider range of flexible loan options.

Let us help your business get where it needs to be with the appropriate loan.

We offer:
•    Custom tailored solutions
•    Local decision making
•    Over 160 years of stability and security
•    Teamwork to meet all your needs
•    Timely responses
•    Community involvement

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Commercial Mortgages

For the purchase, renovation or refinancing of commercial real estate, with competitive fixed or variable rates.

SBA Lending

As a participating Small Business Administration (SBA) lender, we work to provide your business with viable alternatives to traditional business financing.

Lines of Credit

For seasonal working capital, inventory or receivables financing, we have competitive variable interest rates.

Term Loans

For equipment purchase or other long term financing, we have competitive fixed or variable rates and flexible terms.

Letters of Credit

Speed up business transactions and ensure payments or delivery of goods.


 *Based on total loan originations as reported in the 2017 aggregate small business loan data to the Federal Reserve under the Community Reinvestment Act.