Growing your small business often means finding the right financing. With BMT, you not only get a variety of term loans and lines of credit to fit your needs, but you also get the expertise and knowledge of our Relationship Managers. Having someone on your side who has helped countless small businesses grow and thrive gives your business an edge over the competition, and these days, that edge could be the make-or-break difference.
BMT also gives you the technology you want to grow your businesses wherever you call “the office.” We make it easy for business owners and leaders to apply for loans and lines online, and we also give you the tools to mange your accounts and cashflow online too.
We tailor loans with fixed rates and terms to facilitate expansion, purchase new equipment or facilities, or even acquire another business.
Lines of Credit
We structure lines to give you flexibility of borrowing and repayment, along with easy access to the cash you need for operating and growing your business.
Whether expanding, relocating or staying put, we can help you acquire or refinance commercial or industrial properties up to $1 Million.
Unsure of your financing needs?
Start a conversation with one of BMT’s Small Business Relationship Managers
Restaurant Revitalization Fund
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) began accepting applications for funding under the Restaurant Revitalization Fund on May 3, 2021. Established under the American Rescue Plan, and signed into law by President Joe Biden on March 11, 2021, the Restaurant Revitalization Fund provides a total of $28.6 billion in direct relief funds to restaurants and other hard-hit food establishments that have experienced economic distress and significant operational losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This program will provide restaurants with funding equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss up to $10 million per business and no more than $5 million per physical location. Funds must be used for allowable expenses by March 11, 2023. If you are interested and an eligible businesses, you must apply directly with the SBA.