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Business Equipment Loan Solutions

Community First Lending Leads to Business Growth

Equipment Loans are an excellent idea for business owners who need help with financing to purchase new or used equipment that will help their business expand.

If your company is in need of new technology or tools to keep its competitive edge, Community First can help with a structured Equipment Loan.

Community First Equipment Loans offer:

  • 80% total financing
  • Terms up to 7 year amortization
  • Competitive, flexible loan terms

Contact our Business Services Representative John Keeley or Isaac Jones or print the membership application below and stop by a branch near you:

John Keeley
KeeleyJ@c1cufl.org
904.371.7928 Direct Office Line
800.342.8416 ext. 7928 Office
904.252.4838 Cell
904.549.8751 Fax

 

Isaac Jones
JonesI@c1cufl.org
904.549.8766 Direct Office Line
800.342.8416 ext. 8766 Office
904.697.7743 Cell
904.371.7977 Fax
 

 

 

Business Loan Application Form

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