Expanding, diversifying, or covering the unexpected — the cash infusion your business needs is here. Online easy, real-world quick.
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We know you’re busy—you’ve got a business to run. With our simple online application, you’ll know within minutes whether you qualify for up to $100,000 in funding. Access your money as soon as the same day with a First Interstate deposit account.
A revolving line of credit gives you peace of mind in the form of additional working capital for your business. The funds are available when you need them. Use the money to buy inventory, cover unexpected expenses, seasonal cash flow, or to bridge the gap between monthly payables and receivables. Best of all, with a revolving line of credit, as soon as you repay the balance, you can borrow up to the credit limit again without applying for another loan.
*Loans are subject to credit approval. Some restrictions and loan fees may apply.
We know running a business can be unpredictable and sometimes requires fast access to financing. Get funding as quickly and easily as possible so you can focus on what’s important—running your business.
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With our short online application and quick decisioning, you’ll know quickly whether you qualify for up to $100,000 in funding.
The online application takes about 15 minutes to complete. The following information is needed to complete the online application:
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and reside in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, or Wyoming. Subject to credit approval.
A business line of credit allows you to draw from the line as needed, helping improve cash flow and short-term working capital when your business faces unforeseen opportunities and expenses. Advantages include:
There are many ways you can use a business revolving line of credit to take advantage of growth opportunities and support operating expenses. Examples include: