Homewood Federal Savings Bank is your neighborhood bank of choice in Southeast Baltimore and in the greater metropolitan area. In business since the early 1900’s, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service with a smile. Whether you are a Highlandtown neighbor or a resident of Canton, Fells Point or Harbor East, we’re ready to help you achieve your personal or business financial goals through our many products and services. We’ve got your banking covered.
Neighborhood banking you can count on.
Nearly a hundred years in the banking business.
Homewood’s founding dates back to the early 1920’s when the Homewood Permanent Building & Loan Association was formed to service the Baltimore neighborhoods of Highlandtown and Canton. We’ve been around for awhile, and all that knowledge we’ve gained through the years we put to work for you.
Here are a few key events in our long tradition and history:
- The founding board members were local businessmen who grew up or lived in the community. From the beginning, we have been neighbors helping neighbors.
- On December 28, 1960, the Homewood Permanent Building and Loan Association merged with the Clinton Permanent Building & Loan Association to form Homewood-Clinton Savings & Loan Association. Because of our neighborhood connection and excellent service, we prospered and grew.
- In 1987, Homewood-Clinton Permanent Building and Loan Association converted its charter and became Homewood Federal Savings Bank. Our charter change to a federal savings bank created additional value and protection for our customers.
Our vision and values are all about serving you.
Homewood Federal Savings Bank offers an exceptional independent community banking experience by providing a host of banking products and services with modern conveniences. We maintain a neighborhood bank’s focus on customer service and building long-term, personal relationships, and we always operate with integrity and fairness.
Call or stop in today to start your hometown banking relationship with Homewood Federal Savings Bank.