Category Archives: Loans


Understanding bank behavior

 Guest post by Richard Gray Recently I was reading an article about how the Bureau of Economics is evaluating and changing the way it will measure U.S. GDP. They are working to better capture intellectual property and reclassify research and … Continue reading

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Rehabilitation loans

When a customer came to Becky Ivins and Layne Cardon interested in buying a home that needed a lot of fixing up, they did what they usually do: look for a custom-fit solution that would work for the customer and … Continue reading

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The four C’s of commercial lending

  Guest post by Richard Gray With the economy steadily improving, many businesses are looking to grow—buying their buildings, remodeling their spaces, growing inventory, investing in large equipment and more. The first step to obtain financing is to take a … Continue reading

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Financial tips for college graduates

As students graduate from colleges and universities across the country and begin to plant the seeds for their financial future, the Independent Community Bankers of America and Bank of American Fork offer tips to help graduates manage finances in the … Continue reading

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Bank of American Fork now offering export loans

If you own or want to start a small export business, there may be financing available to help you grow your business. Many businesses think they’re too small to participate in global markets, but the SBA can help you get … Continue reading

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How to prepare for a small-business loan

Guest post by Richard Gray, Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending, Bank of American Fork With the economy leveling out in slow, steady growth, many businesses are thinking about how to grow. After a few years of focus on the basics … Continue reading

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St. George mortgage office opens

Bank of American Fork opened a mortgage office in St. George on April 4, 2013. The office is at 491 East Riverside Drive, St. George, Utah 84790-7051. The office is staffed by Chris Palmer, loan officer, and Kimberly Nunley, loan … Continue reading

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Buy your own building

Guest post by Richard Gray, Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending, Bank of American Fork Since coming out of The Great Recession, business owners and individuals are increasingly aware of the way debt can be harmful. However, debt can also be … Continue reading

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Export financing seminar

Bank of American Fork and World Trade Center Utah are hosting an export financing seminar on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 from 8:00-10:00 a.m. The event will be at World Trade Center Utah, 60 East South Temple, Suite 300, Salt Lake … Continue reading

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Remodeling bang for buck

Show your home some love by diving into that remodeling project you’ve been putting off. If you’re making improvements to a home you plan to stay in for the long run, have fun customizing it to your taste. But if … Continue reading

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