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ENB Insights

February 20, 2024

Home Sweet Home: A Guide to Choosing the Right Type of House

Learn about several housing options and which one might be right for you. Are you thinking about buying your first home? With so many options available, it's important to carefully consider your needs and financial situation in order to make the best choice. Whether you’re looking for a single-family home, a townhouse, or a condo – or even a green home…

February 12, 2024

6 Strategies for Reducing Debt and Building Savings

These six strategies can help you meet your financial goals. Can you tackle your debt and pump up your savings at the same time? The answer is yes. We’ll show you six strategies to help you do both.  Balancing Act Paying off your debt while building your savings can be tricky, but it’s all about balance. Do you want to put more money…

February 08, 2024

8 Important ATM Safety Steps

ATMs are convenient, fast, and easy to use. By following a few steps, you can enjoy their advantages while staying safe.

February 06, 2024

Ephrata National Bank Announces the Addition of Community Banking Manager

Ephrata National Bank announces the addition of Melissa Argall as Community Banking Manager, overseeing ENB’s Manheim Office.

In this role, Argall is responsible for managing the office, overseeing business development within the community, executing the customer experience strategy, and leading a team of banking professionals.

January 19, 2024

Ephrata National Bank Announces the Addition of Community Banking Manager

Ephrata National Bank announces the addition of Ycheiri Jazmin as Community Banking Manager, overseeing ENB’s Strasburg Office.

In this role, Jazmin is responsible for managing the office, overseeing business development within the community, executing the customer experience strategy, and leading a team of banking professionals.

January 16, 2024

Waiting for mortgage rates to come down before you buy?

We hear from many customers that they would love to buy or build a new home, but with mortgage rates at 20-year highs, it does not seem to make sense. And why should it? If you bought or refinanced your home back in 2020 and have a 30-year fixed rate locked at 3%, it will cost you a lot more money in the long run by buying a new home today. Well, that may not be the case.

Contact us and we’ll answer your questions.