GET A BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT IN LOUISIANA

GET A BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT IN LOUISIANA

APPLY FOR YOUR BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT.
Have a question? Request a call back.

Or you can call us at (985) 652-4990.

WHAT ARE MY BUSINESS LINES OF CREDIT OPTIONS?

At Louisiana FCU, we offer two business lines of credit loan options:
04-Secured

SECURED LINE OF CREDIT

Secured Lines of Credit are a flexible way to manage day-to-day expenses for a business or provide funds. This form of credit is secured by assets that the business owns.

04-Unecured

UNSECURED LINE OF CREDIT

Unsecured Lines of Credit are a flexible way to manage day-to-day expenses for a business or provide funds. This form of credit does not require any assets as collateral. 

SO WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

What's the difference?

WHAT TO EXPECT.

WE PROMISE TO MAKE GETTING A BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT QUICK AND EASY.
Calculate the cost

1. RESEARCH

Discover your monthly loan payment.

Apply for your new auto loan.

2. APPLY

Complete the application.

"Within 10 minutes of completing an auto loan application, a loan specialist called and told me I was approved. Three hours later I went home with a 2014 Chevy Sonic that I named 'Sapphire'. From that day on, I believed Louisiana FCU didn’t place limits on their members. So as a member, I won't put limitations on how much they would go above and beyond to keep their members happy."

 
- Antoinette M. MEMBER SINCE 2009

STEP 1: RESEARCH BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT RATES.

Rates effective as of March 14, 2019

Rates subject to change without notice.

Minimum Loan Balance
Starting at
$10,000

No maximum loan amount

Maximum term of 12 months with renewal options

Monthly interest only payments

Offered as both secured and unsecured

 

Not sure which option is right for you? We'll call you back.

STEP 2: APPLY AND SAVE MONEY.

APPLY FOR YOUR BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT TODAY.

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT GETTING A BUSINESS LINE OF CREDIT LOAN?

REQUEST A CALL BACK.

* APR = Annual Percentage Rate

Loan terms based on underwriting

Rates are based off of Wall Street Journal Prime