If you can’t say “It’s a joy” to do your banking, then you’re probably not banking with the Business Bank of Texas and you haven’t talked with John Eagle, VP of Administration and Controller with Association Member Benefits Advisors, Ltd.
With the relentless heat this summer, many Texans worry about their air-conditioning failing and if it did how quickly could they get someone there to repair it. Just imagine if you owned an industrial turbine or generator and thousands of people were depending on it being operational. You might need more than your local repair service.
When a well-known Austin area restaurant was looking for help in financing equipment for their fifth location, they turned to Business Bank of Texas.
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Recently, Business Bank of Texas had the pleasure of assisting a marine contractor in Victoria, Texas.
Recently, Business Bank of Texas had the opportunity to assist a grocery store owner in refinancing a business acquisition loan.
Our Borrower was pleased to learn that Business Bank of Texas wanted to help him with his financing.
Recently, Business Bank of Texas was able to offer a real estate loan for $550,000 to refinance a church facility.
In April, the bank leant money to a company for a $667,432 SBA 504 loan in order to purchase commercial real estate for a Medical Research Laboratory.
Nobody knows nails like Brannen's. You'll learn that after a few minutes with owners Russell "Rusty" Brannen, Jr. Founded in 1947 by Rusty's father, Brannen's carries every type of nail, screw, bolt, anchor, and fastener imaginable.