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Business Loans

Our Transition Team is Ready

As the oldest small business in Sevier County, we understand the challenges of operating a business in this market better than anyone. We know you can’t afford a lot of time out of the business waiting in line or filling out forms. That’s why our Transition Team is ready to come to your office, on your schedule, with everything you need to setup a loan or to transfer your accounts to SCB. Give us a call and we’ll come to you—or stop in our location nearest to you and speak with a loan officer for your personalized loan consultation.    

SCB offers multiple types of business loans.  Whether you are seeking to start a new business, finance a business expansion, or just need additional working capital, SCB's dedicated loan consultants can customize a commercial loan to suit your specific situation. We offer a range of both short- and long-term solutions.

Commercial Lending

  1. Commercial real estate
  2. Lines of credit
  3. Installment purchases (for business equipment, furnishings, etc.)
  4. Construction
  5. SBA loans
  6. Mortgage loans
  7. Loans to professionals
  8. Loans to municipalities
  9. Other solutions tailored to fit your business needs

Our Loan Consultants

Main Office, 111 E. Main Street, Sevierville

Randy Roberson
Lori Maples, NMLS #792471
Jack Williams, NMLS #792470
Jeff Axley, NMLS #480602

720 Dolly Parton Parkway, Sevierville

Eric Schreiner, NMLS #1144848

3260 Parkway, Pigeon Forge

Chris Plemons, NMLS #792469

11403 Chapman Highway, Seymour

David Howard
Sue White, NMLS #1145461

Hwy 321, Gatlinburg

Devon McKinzie, NMLS #746435


For more assistance with evaluating your business situation, you may find some of these online calculators helpful.

Note:  All accounts have access to the 24-Hour Telephone Banking by calling (865) 429-4636 (INFO), and to SCB Online Banking via the internet by enrolling in the service.  Businesses may also sign up for Cash Management Services (fees apply).