ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce its selection as one of the country’s “Most Innovative Community Banks” from research conducted by the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA), the nation’s voice for over 5,800 community banks. Twenty community banks were chosen throughout the country for their innovation in the areas of technology, products and branch design.
The American Bankers Association (ABA) recently selected ChoiceOne Bank as one of five national finalists in the country for the annual ABA Bank Marketing Video Competition in the $500 Million – $1 Billion Asset Size category. ChoiceOne Bank currently reports assets at $630 million.
The day I signed up for Plinqit, I was skeptical. It was fun to set up my goal, choose my timeline and reward; but I was skeptical about reaching my goal, or that it would feel like a pointless way to save money. I had no idea that within a few months, I would be HOOKED.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Patricia Brown to Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer.
Topics: Commercial Loans
To help our business customers reach their goals, ChoiceOne Bank added Autobooks to all of our Business Checking accounts! Autobooks is a complete financial solution for busy business owners that takes the stress out of managing customers, tracking down payments and balancing the books.
In April, ChoiceOne Bank celebrated Community Banking Month as presented by Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA). Sal Marranca, ICBA’s Chairman and President, had this to say on Community Banking Month:
Looking to buy your first home; how do you start? Your best first step is to contact ChoiceOne Bank and get preapproved for your home loan. You’ll need to know how much house you can afford to begin your house hunting. Once you know what price range you are in, then you’ll need to find a REALTOR®. Especially for first-time buyers, a REALTOR® makes for a better experience because they will know the housing market. In a competitive market, this will be your next best step as your REALTOR® will keep you informed about the homes for sale and negotiate your desires.
Time to Upgrade: Using a HELOC for Home Improvement
A home equity line of credit (HELOC) is a great way to finance your home improvement projects. If you have equity built up in your home, consider tapping it with a home equity line of credit for home improvement.