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PremierBank Loans

PremierBank is your local resource for all your lending needs. We offer a wide range of loan products at competitive rates, and we’ll work together, with you, to help find the solution that works best for your financial situation.

What Types of Loans Does Premier Bank Offer?

  • Home Loans and Refinancing

    Whether you're a first-time home buyer or building your first house, downsizing after your family has left the nest, or remodeling your forever home- PremierBank is here to help make it happen. We get to know you and help you the right solution for your current, and future, goals.

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  • Vehicle Loans

    Vehicles are an essential part of everyday life and once you’ve found the car, truck or SUV of your dreams, whether new or used, we're here to help get you on the road.

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  • Business Loans

    Your business is an important part of our community, and we’re here to help you thrive. Whether you need financing for commercial real estate, funding for equipment or working capital, we can offer flexible lending solutions to meet your unique needs.

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  • Recreational Vehicle Loans

    Let us help you with a loan for a new or used boat, snowmobile, ATV or UTV. Whether it’s for fun or function, we’re Here. For you.

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The PremierBank Lending Team

Connect with the lender in the office nearest you. If you're not sure who to reach out to, call us at (920) 563-6616 x3080 or fill out the form and we'll get you started.


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