Waco’s Best Kept Banking Secret
You might not think you have anything in common with a bank, but you do — if that bank is Incommons Bank. Incommons Bank expanded from Mexia to Waco under the direction of bank President Greg Stubbs for two reasons: personal ties to Waco and Baylor, and the need for a smaller community bank to serve the needs of Wacoans. That is what Incommons Bank is — a small, stable bank. Incommons Bank continues to instill the same values of the bank as when it was chartered in 1882. The team pride themselves on being what is called, “hand shake bankers,” someone who knows their customers and pays attention to their needs. Incommons Bank has been in Waco for 11 years and growing steadily due to the great products offered. Decisions are made locally to help clients bank the way they want. With access to the ownership, you don’t have to wait for an answer on whether you’re approved or not. With a variety of mortgage, consumer and business loans, Incommons has a loan that fits every customer. Incommons Bank also offers a variety of deposit accounts including a high-yield checking account called Kasasa. It is a free checking account that actually pays you. Or, a Certificate of Deposit or an IRA may suit you. Incommons Bank offers easy and convenient digital banking with free bill pay and mobile deposit. Stop by and see for yourself what a family-friendly atmosphere they have and meet people that value this community and you as part of their banking family.
Equal Housing Lender and member of FDIC
5400 Crosslake Pkwy