While we do not routinely raise issues occurring in Washington with our clients, keeping your personal and financial information private and secure is our top priority. Congress is considering a plan to require all financial institutions to report detailed information on your personal and business bank accounts to the IRS, raising serious questions about your […]
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Day-to-day, year-to-year, milestone-to-milestone, we’ll help your business every step of the way.
Mortgages are complex, but at Community Banks of Colorado we’re here to help. Whether you’re buying your first home, refinancing your current home, or buying your dream home, we’ll walk you through the process every step of the way.
Our Mortgage Bankers are passionate about helping families live a better life! And, along with their expertise, we’ve managed to simplify the mortgage process by tailoring it to fit your needs, and cutting down on approval time. So, what exactly goes on during the mortgage lending process? Go ahead and take a look at what you can expect.
When you treat banking less like banking and more like a personal relationship, offering help and solutions for all of life’s complexities just feels like common sense. You won’t find access to our wealth of knowledge only at the bottom of a deep pocket.
Learn more about what common sense banking means to us and what we have been doing to support the communities that we live and work in.
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Convenient banking center locations and ATMs. Lobby and drive-thru hours that cater to your schedule. These things and more are still available. At a bank. Some call it crazy. We call it common sense.
What was the No. 1 type of fraud Americans reported in 2020? If you guessed imposter scams, you’re correct. The Federal Trade Commission filed nearly 500,000 complaints about imposter scams last year — marking imposter scams the most common form of fraud reported to the FTC in 2020. Imposter scammers lie about their identity — […]
Before the pandemic, most businesses were living comfortably in the paper world when it came to managing their payments and collections. Many had relied for years on back-office staff to stay on top of the constant flow of checks, invoices and snail-mail. If that approach looked outdated before, it seems prehistoric after the events of the past year. The […]