Community West Bank
Bank in Santa Barbara, CA
Community West Bancshares (CWBC) was incorporated in the state of California on November 26, 1996, for the goal of forming a bank holding firm. On December 31, 1997, CWBC acquired a 100% interest in Goleta National Bank (GNB) On September 1, 2004, the bank's name was changed to Community West Bank (CWB) CWB is the only subsidiary of CWBC. CWBC supplies management and shareholder services to CWB.
Community West Bank
read moreSince 1989, Community West Bank has put deposits to work locally, making loans to businesses, families and non-profit organizations. We are the largest publicly traded and only community bank headquartered and serving California's Central and South Coast area of Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, with full-service branches in Goleta, Oxnard, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria and Ventura. Count on our community bankers to provide the financing, deposit services, convenient treasury management and trusted advice you need.
read moreAt Community West Bank, we understand that there is no substitute for local expertise. Living and working in the communities we serve enables us to make responsible decisions guided by firsthand knowledge and experience. Since first opening our doors in 1989, we have provided financing to businesses, families and nonprofit organizations throughout California's central and south coast, supporting job creation and vibrant local communities. Our range of services matches that of larger financial institutions, but it's our personal delivery of those services that sets us apart.
read moreSafe, secure and accurate, our business banking services can contribute significantly to the smooth and efficient operation of your business. With our business online banking service, you save time, improve cash flow and streamline your cash management procedures - all in a fully secure environment. With a Community West Bank business checking account, you may enroll for business AccessWest Online Banking. Deposit checks directly from your desktop. With our remote deposit capture service, you scan checks received from your customers and deposit them electronically to Community West Bank, anytime day or night.
read moreWe offer the complete range of services and capabilities that you would expect from a full-service financial institution, provided with the personal care that sets us apart from larger banks. With our online banking service, you have 24/7 access to real-time account information. AccessWest is convenient, easy to use and secure. If you have a checking account with Community West Bank, you may enroll for AccessWest Online Banking. Banking on the go. Fast and secure access to your Community West Bank accounts through our smart phone app anytime, anywhere.
read moreIf you are looking for a savings account linked to your checking so that you can automatically transfer funds each month and make long-term saving simple and easy, we have an account for that. If you are looking for a higher rate of interest as your balance grows, we have an account for that, too. Whatever your savings objective is, we have got you covered.
read moreCommunity West Bank is committed to providing you with a private and secure Internet banking environment. When managing your network, developing an app, or even organizing paper files, sound security is no accident. Tips on how to avoid scams that target businesses, and how to protect your customers' and employees' sensitive data.
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read moreAre you having significant payment challenges on your Community West Bank first lien owner occupied mortgage loan (excludes manufactured homes on rental property) or home equity loan? Depending upon your current financial situation and the value of your property, you may be able to refinance your loan with us or we may offer other options. Call us at 1-800-844-3133 to speak with a live representative. The Bank may require further information, documentation, and/or an appraisal of the property. For more information on how to avoid foreclosure, visit the Department of Housing and Urban Development at www.hud.gov.