Welcome to INB: Riverton, IL

Riverton Community Bank became part of INB in 2004. At the time, Springfield’s north end was growing, but Riverton couldn’t handle the business loans.  Now, INB Riverton could.  The sale preserved the spirit of local, community banking, according to one member of the Riverton Community Bank board

Additionally, the change brought new products to local customers and more job opportunities for the employees.  

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Owning a home can be the accomplishment of a lifetime. But getting a mortgage loan can bring on a lot of questions and stress. That’s where INB mortgage lenders can be invaluable. They can answer all your questions and help relieve the financial stress with a simple conversation.

To begin, our lenders will help you with a prequalification letter. This is important! We counsel homebuyers to take this step BEFORE beginning a home search. You need to know what you can afford to spend before you go to your first open house. Realtors are interested in talking to serious buyers, and serious buyers have pre-qualification letters from their mortgage lender.

If your financial situation makes it difficult for you to get a mortgage loan, we also provide advice on how to improve your financial situation so that you can eventually qualify. Then when you’re ready to buy, we will be here.

Want to take the first step and find out what you can afford to spend on a new home?

Apply Now for a Prequalification Letter.

Personal Banking

Through our Riverton location, INB is able to offer all the traditional banking services you’ve come to rely on from a bank. But we add a twist by providing top-notch digital services with a personal touch. We are also committed to make all banking as easy as possible. We offer:

If you have questions about our products or services, connect with Susan Fleming.

Business Banking

INB's Treasury Services and Commercial Lending teams can handle the needs of companies big and small. We also provide these services to municipalities throughout Central Illinois.