Bank rolls out online mortgage resources
The staff at National Exchange Bank in Mount Calvary consists of (from left) Ryan Gebhart, Joan Heberer, Debbi Johnson and Karen Duwell.

National Exchange Bank & Trust’s new online mortgage resource center at http://www.nebat.com/home-mortgage. html gives users the power to research various mortgage products, search for personalized rate quotes and apply for a loan 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Simplifying the process.

With all the different types of loans available and the financial jargon associated with mortgages, confusion may be a side effect of the lending process. National Exchange Bank’s online mortgage resource center will take the mystery out of the mortgage process. It explains the different loan types available and what to expect during the loan process in real-life language.

Convenience is the key

People are busy, and it can be challenging to get everything done during traditional business hours. With National Exchange Bank’s mortgage resource center, there are no worries about the time of day or even the day of week because the bank is always open online.

A unique user name and password enable users to start and save an application. An applicant can start the process at any time, in any place and pick it up when and where it is convenient.

“It is the best of both worlds,” Ryan Gebhart, vice president at the bank’s Mt. Calvary Office, explains. “Customers can apply when it works for them. Our experienced mortgage lenders then follow up with applicants and walk them through the entire process, answering questions and guiding them.”

A unique application is created based on each personal situation. This streamlined application means applicants won’t be asked unnecessary, time-consuming questions.

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Depending on the user’s preference, National Exchange Bank & Trust will send an e-mail when rates hit an indicated target or a regular schedule no matter what the rate.

Independent and progressive

National Exchange Bank & Trust is an independent, locally-owned, Wisconsinbased

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bank with 27 locations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Neighboring locations include Mt. Calvary, Marytown, Elkhart Lake, Glenbeulah, Howards Grove and Fond du Lac. As it includes all of the products and services available through the progress of the banking industry, the bank hasn’t lost sight of the most important part of banking, the customer. Visit them at any location or online at www.nebat.com.