Although every business has different needs, most share a common goal: Grow the business! At Marine Bank, we offer a variety of financing options and make our decisions locally and quickly. As the only independent community bank based in Indian River County, we have an active interest in helping other local businesses, like yours, succeed with competitive rates and terms. Contact one of our commercial lending professionals to get started.

Commercial Lines of Credit*

A line of credit is an excellent financial tool for business. Manage your working capital, quickly respond to changes and take advantage of new opportunities.

Commercial Real Estate Loans*

Purchase or refinance your own owner-occupied facility or invest in a commercial property with a customized, commercial real estate loan.


Constructions Loans *

Build a new facility for your business or construct an investment property with a customized construction loan.


SBA Loans*

Ideal for many small businesses, government-backed SBA loans usually require lower down payments and offer more flexible terms and conditions than conventional loans. Allow our SBA experts to help you select the right SBA loan program for your business. We’ll even assist with the paperwork! Read More


USDA Loans*

The U.S. Department of Agriculture offers loans with more flexible terms than conventional loans to businesses funding projects that create or preserve quality jobs and/or promote a clean rural environment, often in under-served areas.
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Condominium and Homeowner Association Loans*

Homeowner associations have special needs. Our loans can provide the financing your association needs for renovations and repairs.

*All loans are subject to approval.

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