First, an LLC is a Limited Liability Company, (not a corporation). It is a common error so no blame, but you should learn to use the term correctly.
The loan is almost sure to include a personal guarantee, which means you and the LLC are equally responsible for repaying the loan. Think of it as loan with a co-signer, the LLC is taking out the loan but you are co-signing the loan, Very rarely do lenders today make loans without a personal guarantee from the owners.
The LLC is still valuable because there are other liabilities that do not require personal guarantees for which you will be protected by the limited liability.
Economic Development Official with 15 years as an adviser to small businesses.