Where You Bank Matters
Going local with your banking allows you to strengthen your community—and help your neighbors and local businesses. As you explore ways to support local businesses, consider moving or expanding your financial accounts with MainStreet community bank. We share your commitment to the community where we work and live.
What is a Community Bank?
Community banks are well established financial institutions that operate within the communities they serve. They are businesses themselves, so they are nimble and responsive to community needs. As high-tech, high-touch lenders that specialize in relationship banking, community banks build better communities by prioritizing and investing in the customers and neighborhoods they serve.
Why it Matters
- The money you put into a community bank stays in your community
- You get extra personalized, human, support along with the tech you expect
- Community banks recognize the people behind the community
- When things get tough, community banks don’t leave their community behind – they step up
- Community banks support small businesses and are well-established small businesses too
- Over 75% of U.S. adults agree that locally based lending decisions are important when determining where to bank*
- 69% of U.S. adults recognize the importance of banking with a locally based financial institution*
- 70% of U.S. adults cite the importance of personal banking relationships in choosing where to bank*
*Reference: Morning Consult / ICBA Polling - April 2022
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