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Personal Loans

Multiple Personal Loan options are available to choose from. We are sure to have the right loan for you!

Personal Installments

Competitively priced Personal Installment loans are available to help you meet many needs such as a car or truck, a vacation, home improvements, educational costs, and medical expenses. Payments are normally made monthly over time and are structured to meet your individual budget.

How to apply:

  • Fill out and sign the Consumer Loan Application (click to download)
  • Provide your three most recent pay stubs or your most recent year of taxes.
  • If there is collateral, provide as much information about it to your loan officer.

Mortgage Loans

Real Estate Loans are available to help you realize your dream of owning your own home. See one of First National's loan officers to review your needs and plan a mortgage accordingly.

How to apply:

Home Equity Lines of Credit

Home Equity Loans are available to help you consolidate debt, pay for vacations, college tuition, or for home improvement projects.

How to apply:

  • Fill out and sign the Home Equity Application (click to download).
  • Provide two of your most recent years of taxes to your loan officer.

Check Sure Overdraft Protection

With FNB Check Sure you can avoid those costly overdraft fees. Whenever your account reaches a zero balance you will be advanced a loan. Repayments are made on a monthly basis at the time of your statement.

Mortgage Calculator

Estimate your monthly payment with our convenient online mortgage calculator. Just enter the information you know—the calculator will do the rest!*

Mortgage Calculator

*Actual monthly payments may differ.

VISA® Credit Card

With a First National Bank Visa® credit card, you have the ability to make purchases worldwide. For your convenience, you will receive a monthly statement providing a summary of your charges, payments and the amount of available credit on your account.

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