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Find a Connecticut Branch/ATM LocationLitchfield Bancorp - A Division of Northwest Community Bank - Locally owned and locally grown since 1850. A bank where EVERY CUSTOMER COUNTS.

  • 01.19
  • Tips to Winning a Bidding War When Buying a Home Today's housing market is tough - many potential sellers are feeling uncertain about listing, while buyers are motivated to look for new homes. With limited inventory and a surplus of buyers, it can often lead to a multiple bidding situation.
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  • 01.12
  • Is it Time to Rethink Your Business Entity? When you first launch your business, there is a lot riding on the entity type that you choose. How you structure your business affects your legal liability, tax obligations, the potential for growth, and compliance rules and regulations that you need to follow. To make it just a tad more complex, the business entity that you choose when you start your business, may not be the correct choice to continue with as the company changes and grows.
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  • 01.05
  • Three Community Banks to Operate as Northwest Community Bank On January 4, 2021, three affiliated banks that have operated under the common ownership of Connecticut Mutual Holding Company became one bank. The resulting bank, Northwest Community Bank, continues to be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Connecticut Mutual Holding Company, and now operates all offices of Collinsville Bank, a Division of Northwest Community Bank; and all offices of Litchfield Bancorp, a Division of Northwest Community Bank. Branch staff will remain with each bank Division, and customer service will not be interrupted.
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  • 12.29
  • Questions to Ask a Home Inspector Before, During, and After the Inspection If you are buying a new home, a home inspection is your first line of defense in making sure you are making a good investment and buying a solid home. Your home inspector is there on your behalf and they are a wealth of knowledge. In fact, there are questions you should be asking your inspector before, during, and after they conduct their tour of the home.
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The last hometown bank in Litchfield.We have offices in Litchfield, Lakeville, Watertown, Washington and Torrington and are dedicated to the proposition that every customer counts as we continue our ongoing focus to make a positive impact in the lives of our customers.