I am interested in learning from investors what their preferred business bank is. My company is getting started in the DC metro area, and I want to know if others have a real estate friendly bank they use. We are set up as an S Corp and would like to set up a business checking account to separate our company and personal money. Also, does anyone look to use the same bank they have a business checking or savings account etc with to look for mortgages, business loans or lines of credit? Or are there certain banks better for each aspect?
I am thinking EagleBank, Bank of Georgetown, and BB&T as of now, but would like to hear from others before making a decision.
Thanks for your help,
Heath Thomas Jr, Delta Developments, Inc. | [email protected] | 610‑937‑0858
I use capital one. My "business" account with them is just a second checking account separate from my personal account. If you set up an actual business account it will just subject you to a lot more fees. There is no real advantage to having an actual business account.
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