Farm Plus Financial specializes in providing agriculture real estate based farm loans ranging from variable rate loans, to fixed rate loans, to lines of credit that may be used for farm operating and expansion purposes. Our real estate based farm loans are used to achieve a variety of financial goals such as debt consolidation, refinancing your current farm loans, expansion of your farm operation, or to acquire new farm property.
You’ll find that our farm loans offer flexibility by providing a loan conversion option, a split loan option and a season loan option. In addition, there are no prepayment penalties on any of our farm loan products allowing you even further control of your financial success.
Our A+ Better Business Bureau rating is a testament to how dedicated we are to our customers. We are committed to exceeding our customer’s expectations by providing exceptional customer service, a wide array of farm loan products, and a streamlined loan process. Our dedicated team will work with you to close your farm loan transaction in a timely manner.
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