We have local community loan officers with the experience to get the job done for businesses small to large who are looking for a loan. A loan can help you expand, add more employees, invest in additional inventory, and so much more. With an average of 35 years in lending experience, our lenders are knowledgeable, dedicated, and committed to finding the best financial fit for you.
BSV has a variety of loans to meet most business needs:
- Commercial real estate
- Small Business Administration
- Letter of credit
- Religious organization loans
What do you need to get a business loan?
If you’re ready for a new business loan, we’ll need some information to get started. Having these documents can help expedite the process. You may need to supply more specific information after meeting with a commercial or business loan officer.
To get started, we will need:
- Personal and/or business financial statement
- Tax returns for most recent 3 years
- Debt listing
- Rent roll
- Business license
- Articles and bylaws
- Operating agreement
- Business plan
There’s no better business or commercial loan officer to have than one that lives and works in your community. Our team of lenders has a combined 100 years of experience in lending to Virginia business owners. Want to know more? Give them a call.
After spending time with both Virginia Farm Bureau and Colonial Farm Credit, Jim joined the BSV team in 1984. He is a Senior Vice President of the Bank and also serves as the Vice President of the Crater Development Company, a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to facilitate loan programs that will stimulate the growth and expansion of small businesses. Jim is a proud graduate of North Carolina State University and enjoys following ACC sports.
As Vice-President/Regional Manager, Chris has 20 years of lending experience, all with BSV. He currently specializes in Agricultural and Commercial lending offering FSA, USDA, SBA, and VSBFA loan programs. Chris also handles all types of personal and commercial construction lending offering both Contractor and Owner/Builder construction loan programs. He grew up in the Old Hickory community of Dinwiddie County and is a member of Concord United Methodist Church and serves on the Finance and Audit Committees.
A 1982 graduate of James Madison University, Bud has been serving the banking needs of the Tri-City area since 1994. He as worked in all facets of the industry, allowing him to bring a consultative, relationship-driven approach to his clients. It is his goal to become a trusted advisor for his clients using his experience and knowledge to help his clients grow and prosper. Bud’s specialty is taking care of business owners’ banking needs.