U.S. Presidents Weigh in on Your Finances
We celebrated Presidents Day this week. What advice might some of our presidents offer you today?Continue reading
Bell Bank Employees Give More on Giving Hearts Day
Hundreds of local charities will benefit from a record-setting number of donations on Giving Hearts Day, and we’re happy to have contributed to this amazing effort!Continue reading
We Love Our Customers!
As Bell has grown and banking has become more high-tech, our board chairman, Richard Solberg, says personal customer service is even more important. Find out the unique way we celebrate our love for our customers every February.Continue reading
Bell Hires 4, Promotes 3
Bell is proud to announce our recent hirings of Brenda Craft, Andrew Gaydos, Mike Kelso and Gus Schlepp, and promotions of Jordan Anderson, Eric Halvorson and Nick Kasper.Continue reading
Bell’s Roloff Is Nominee for Citizen of the Year
We’re very proud that Adam Roloff, a Bell Bank Mortgage lender in Woodbury, Minn., is a finalist for Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year.Continue reading
Economic Outlook January 2018
In this month's Economic Outlook, Chief Investment Officer Greg Sweeney gives perspectives on Federal Reserve policies, expectations for interest rates and inflation, and what's going on in national and global markets.Continue reading
Top Story: How You Can Build $10,000 Savings in 4 Years
Bell’s story about how to save a lot of money in a hurry was our most popular article of 2017. In case you missed it, here’s how to build a $10,000 savings account in 4 years.Continue reading
What’s ahead for homebuyers in 2018?
What will 2018 bring for mortgage lenders and homebuyers? Tony Weick, leader of Bell Bank’s mortgage division, looks at trends in rates, credit and housing inventory – and what they’ll mean to homebuyers.Continue reading
Happy Holidays from Bell and The Blenders!
We wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Bell is proud to once again have sponsored The Blenders’ holiday tour.Continue reading