If you’re looking to buy a new car, take a nice vacation, or just need some extra cash for whatever reason, Security
State Bank is here for you. We can put together a loan that works for you. And, because the decision will be made locally, we can offer you a quick response time and competitive rates.
Security State Bank is committed to agriculture
in North Dakota. We realize how strongly the local economy
is tied to our family farms, because our officers, directors
and staff are from this area. That’s why we do our very
best to provide excellent service and the most knowledgeable
staff to meet your needs. Because our loan decisions are made
locally, we are able to tailor a customized loan that best
fits your operation.
We realize how difficult it can be to
keep up with the costs of running a business. That’s
why we work hard to provide business loans to local entrepreneurs
looking to establish new businesses in the area, and to other
local businesses to handle their cash flow needs. We know how
important local businesses are, so we provide the best possible
rates for businesses, and we can also determine your loan on
the spot, so you can be quickly approved and get back to the
things that matter.
Other Loan Services Include:
Real Estate Loans
Variety of Home Mortgage Options
Overdraft Protection* is a revolving credit
line which enables you to write your own loan by simply writing
a check in excess of your checking account balance. Funds are
then advanced into your Security State Bank checking account
in increments of $200 up to your maximum credit limit.
You can repay the balance all at once or through convenient automatic monthly payments. Your minimum monthly payment will automatically be deducted from your checking account 24 days after the statement cycle closing date. The payment amount will be shown on your current statement. Additional payments can be made or your loan can be paid in full any time without penalty.
Each time you pay back all or part of your loan, those funds are available for
you to borrow again and you only pay interest on the amount borrowed.
No annual fee.