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50 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, PA 19003 610-896-6435
BMT has been committed to empowering people to reach their financial goals for well over a century. Whether it’s working with someone to repair their credit, providing a checking account designed for people who’ve had issues in the past, or helping people purchase their home, BMT is committed to empowering people to reach for their dreams without being confined by income, credit score, or past mistakes.
With Fresh Start Checking, we help those who have a charge-off at another bank rehabilitate their standing, allowing them to have a limited checking account while they work to pay back the charge-off owed to another financial institution. Unlike many financial institutions, we don’t believe a mistake should prevent people from having an account with a mainstream bank or force them to use a check cashing business that could charge them 5% or more just to cash a check.
Bryn Mawr Trust, in an effort to promote fair and affordable housing in the communities we serve, offers the Neighborhood Opportunity Program. The program is designed to assist individuals and families with limited income, or who are purchasing in low- and moderate-income areas, realize their dreams of homeownership. For years, this program has been transforming lives and neighborhoods through our belief in the power of homeownership.
Our First Front Door program goes beyond the typical first time homebuyer programs most banks offer. These grants of up to $5,000 use funds available through the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh to match $3 for every $1 contributed by the qualified first time homebuyer. This grant can be used for down payment or closing cost assistance.
Bryn Mawr Trust, in an effort to promote fair and affordable housing in the communities we serve, offers the Neighborhood Opportunity Program. The program is designed to assist individuals and families with limited income, or who are purchasing in low- and moderate-income areas, realize their dreams of homeownership. 1
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1Maximum household income limit is based on 80% of area median income published by HUD for 4-person household. Home must be a primary residence or second home, single-family dwelling, townhouse, planned unit development or condo. Loan program is subject to change