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HomeBanc N.A.: A Great Place to Work - and - A Great Place to Bank!


Jerry Campbell, Chairman, President and CEO (left) with HomeBanc top performers at the 2015 holiday party where employees and their guests had dinner and attended a Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game.


HomeBanc N.A.: A Great Place to Work - and - A Great Place to Bank!

| 7/21/2016

HomeBanc N.A.

# 1 Midsized Company
5-Time Winner 2016 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013 • 2012

HomeBanc is proud of its top-notch team! We offer a variety of retail, SBA, USDA and commercial mortgage loan products at 14 offices throughout Florida. The Bank has outstanding employees and assets of over $1 billion. Top performers receive recognition at quarterly meetings and in monthly corporate-wide conference calls.

The Bank was named to American Banker magazine’s 2015 Best Banks to Work For list and ranked the #2 bank to work for out of the 50 banks chosen for the list; was recognized as a Top Workplace in Tampa by the Tampa Bay Times for four consecutive years; and acknowledged as one of the Best Places to Work for Millennial Employees in America by the Center for Generational Kinetics and Best Companies Group.

We are an AA/EEO employer and currently hiring experienced commercial lenders throughout Florida.

Thank you, Florida Trend and Best Companies Group, for recognizing HomeBanc as a great place to work for the fifth year in a row!


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