Top 150 Banks by Home Equity Loans / Gross Domestic Loans

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Top 150 Banks by Home Equity Loans / Gross Domestic Loans


At Third Quarter 2000; All Dollars in Thousands ($000) (Part 1 of 2)

RankName                         City              State
2   Wells Fargo Bank WY NA       Casper            Wyo.
3   Bank of the South            Pensacola         Fla.
4   Hamptons St Bank             Southampton       N.Y.
5   Heritage Community Bank      Glenwood          Ill.
6   Wells Fargo Bank Arizona NA  Phoenix           Ariz.
7   Lemont NB                    Lemont            Ill.
8   Private Bank MN              Minneapolis       Minn.
9   Evergreen NB                 Evergreen         Colo.
10  Home Svgs Bank               Madison           Wis.
11  Advanta NB                   Wilmington        Del.
12  TD Waterhouse Bank NA        Jersey City       N.J.
13  Treasury Bank                Washington        D.C.
14  Charter NB&TC                Hoffman Estates   Ill.
    Bankvista                    Sartell           Minn.
16  Bank One Wheeling            Wheeling          W.Va.
17  Peoples' Bank Arlington HghtsArlington Hghts   Ill.
18  Midcarolina Bank             Burlington        N.C.
19  US Bank MT NA                Billings          Mont.
20  Strategic Cap Bank           Champaign         Ill.
21  North Shore Cmnty B&T        Wilmette          Ill.
22  Harris Bank Huntley          Huntley           Ill.
23  Mid Town B&TC                Chicago           Ill.
24  First St Bank                Flagstaff         Ariz.
25  Patriot NB                   Stamford          Conn.
26  Sycamore NB                  Cincinnati        Ohio
27  Harris Bank Argo             Summit            Ill.
28  Woronoco Svgs Bank           Westfield         Mass.
29  Guaranty Bank                Milwaukee         Wis.
30  Harris Bank Hinsdale NA      Hinsdale          Ill.
31  Harris Bank Wilmette NA      Wilmette          Ill.
32  Fremont Bank                 Fremont           Calif.
33  DuPage NB                    W Chicago         Ill.
34  Maine B&TC                   Portland          Maine
35  Carrollton Bank              Baltimore         Md.
36  Middlesex Bank&Tc            Newton            Maine
37  Alliance Bank Corp           Fairfax           Va.
38  Western Springs NB&T         Western Springs   Ill.
    State Bank of McGregor       Mcgregor          Minn.
40  TCF NB Colorado              Englewood         Colo.
41  Harris Bank-Batavia NA       Batavia           Ill.
42  Harris Bank Glencoe-Nrthbrk NGlencoe           Ill.
43  Bank of Oak Ridge            Oak Ridge         N.C.
44  Resource Trust Bank          Minneapolis       Minn.
45  Madison B&TC                 Madison           Ind.
46  Wells Fargo Bank West NA     Denver            Colo.
47  North Atlanta NB             Alpharetta        Ga.
48  First NB                     Lincolnwood       Ill.
49  Harris Bank Frankfort        Frankfort         Ill.
50  Harris Bank Aurora NA        Aurora            Ill.
51  Sequoia NB                   San Francisco     Calif.
52  Monarch Bank                 Chesapeake        Va.
53  First Bank Jacksonville      Jacksonville      Fla.
54  Forest Park B&T              Forest Park       Ill.
55  Success NB at Lincolnshire   Lincolnshire      Ill.
56  Community Bank of The South  Merritt Island    Fla.
57  Peoples Heritage Bank NA     Portland          Maine
58  Burling Bank                 Chicago           Ill.
59  Portage Community Bank       Ravenna           Ohio
60  Crescent St Bank             Cary              N.C.
61  Citizens Bank                Carlisle          Iowa
62  Ipswich Co-Op Bank           Ipswich           Mass.
63  Harris Bank Hoffman SchaumburHoffman Estates   Ill.
64  Heritage Bank of Schaumburg  Schaumburg        Ill.
65  Surrey B&TC                  Mt Airy           N.C.
66  Liberty Bank                 Salt Lake City    Utah
67  Harris Bank Bartlett         Bartlett          Ill.
68  First American Bank-Kane Cty Carpentersville   Ill. … 

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