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Take advantage of the equity in your home to pay for life’s upcoming events at a great rate! Home renovations, unexpected expenses, wedding, honeymoon or a new boat – the possibilities are endless.
Skowhegan Savings has been helping the businesses of Maine grow for more than a century. We work with all our business customers on a personal level, seeing beyond the balance sheet to offer personalized services and loan products that promote growth for your business – and prosperity in our communities.
At Skowhegan Savings, there’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all banking. Just straight talk, fair deals and an honest commitment to the best interests of our customers. Have a question? Give us a call. A real live person will answer the phone during business hours – not an automated voicemail system. Now that’s a bank worth talking to! Skowhegan Savings – Straight Talk. Fair Deals.
Mortgage loan applications just got easier at Skowhegan Savings. Apply when it is convenient for you, 24/7. We offer a variety of loan options to fit your borrowing needs. Enjoy competitive rates and flexible payment terms with a Maine-based, local lender that offers local approval and local financing.
With our Integrity Plus Account, you get free worldwide ATM, online and mobile banking, so you can get your banking done whenever, and wherever it works for you. Online, on your smart phone – anywhere, anytime. And no hidden fees – ever. Skowhegan Savings. Straight talk. Fair deals. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.
Tied down by banker’s hours? Not anymore. Do your banking on your own time with mobile banking from Skowhegan Savings. Access your accounts securely via the Skowhegan Savings mobile app, through you’re phone’s web browser, or via text. You can check balances, transfer funds, pay bills and more – all at your fingertips, all day long.
September 11, 2015
FRAUD ALERT: Please be advised there has been increased fraudulent debit card activity in multiple states affecting numerous financial institutions.
June 17, 2015