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Below are banks offering 1-4 Family Residential Loans in Connecticut. "Loans $" is the amount of 1-4 Family Residential Loans the bank has on its balance sheet while "% Loan" is the percent of the banks total loans that are 1-4 Family Residential Loans. A higher "% Loan" is one indicator of a bank's focus on that type of lending.

Bank Loans $(000s) % Loan?
Stafford Savings Bank 64,241 95.86 %
The Torrington Savings Bank 467,835 89.29 %
The National Iron Bank 128,632 82.40 %
Chelsea Groton Bank 658,205 66.59 %
Northwest Community Bank 199,150 65.26 %
First County Bank 830,779 60.09 %
Essex Savings Bank 191,252 58.45 %
Savings Bank of Danbury 603,245 58.01 %
First Republic Bank 63,710,714 56.91 %
Litchfield Bancorp 116,489 55.26 %
Newtown Savings Bank 561,760 54.51 %
The Guilford Savings Bank 350,781 51.11 %
The Milford Bank 207,512 51.02 %
Jewett City Savings Bank 132,979 50.57 %
The First Bank of Greenwich 187,169 46.73 %
Dime Bank 264,892 43.50 %
Centreville Bank 541,479 42.46 %
The Washington Trust Company, of Westerly 1,764,349 41.87 %
Fieldpoint Private Bank & Trust 333,680 41.71 %
Union Savings Bank 727,173 39.77 %
NEW HAVEN BANK 50,932 39.16 %
Westfield Bank 742,436 38.95 %
Salisbury Bank and Trust Company 384,552 37.32 %
Thomaston Savings Bank 321,401 36.45 %

1-4 Family Residential Loans

This search shows the percentage that 1-4 Family Residential Loans make up of each bank's lending portfolio on its balance sheet. A higher percentage of 1-4 Family Residential Loans is one indicator that a bank may be more focused in this area of lending than other banks. The search also lists the total dollar value of 1-4 Family Residential Loans held by a bank on its balance sheet. 1-4 Family Residential Loans include all single family homes, condos, townhouses, and multi-family units up to 4 families.

Many banks sell their residential mortgage loans and as a result the numbers on the balance sheets of many banks may undercount the actual loan volume. Generally, the larger the bank, the greater the chance it is selling its loans. As a result, it is important to note that these numbers are directional only and may not represent total lending activity.

In addition, be sure to check a bank's Texas Ratio, available on the Financial Summary tab of every bank's BestCashCow profile. The Texas Ratio is a measure of the health of a bank. Banks with high Texas Ratios may be facing financial distress due to bad or underperforming loans and may have curtailed their lending activity.