Homegrown Since 1924.

We have been growing alongside East Tennessee for 100 years – but have never outgrown it. We are beyond humbled that you have allowed us to be part of your home. We eagerly look forward to the next 100 rewarding years.

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Home Loans Handled With Care

We are strongly committed to ensuring that you get the best personal loans with the lowest interest rate.
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A checking account with mobile and online bill pay.

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At Home Federal Bank of Tennessee, our goal is to provide the best service you’ll find in banking. That means getting you to the information you need, faster.

About Home Federal Bank

  • $ 2 Billion + Years %

    Our Assets Exceed
  • $ 1924 + Years %

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  • $ 25 Years + Years %

    Average Employee Banking Experience

Financial How Tos

What Happens When a Bank is Not Beholden to Shareholders?

When it comes to banking and financial services, there are a range of institutions eager to win your business, but interests aren’t always aligned. On one side of the spectrum are massive banking corporations owned by shareholders whose stake in the bank typically forms most of its equity capital. On the other hand, there are community banks that aren’t beholden to shareholders. The difference in how these entities operate, support their customers and communities, give back, and grow is stark. As it turns out, a bank’s ownership structure makes a profound impact on the people, families, organizations, and communities banks serve. Here’s why it matters and what it means for you.

Stay Safe Online

Undoubtably, the internet has many advantages, it can also make users vulnerable to fraud, identity theft and other scams. The American Bankers Association recommends the following tips to keep you safe online:

The best way to protect your information from scammers? Recognize a phishing scam.

Scammers know how valuable your personal and financial information is — and they’ll do or say almost anything to get it. What can you do to keep it safe?

The best way to protect your info from scammers is to recognize a phishing scam, but how do you know what to look for?

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