Competitive rates, a wide range of products, business and personal banking services and a core philosophy that puts Members and their families first, makes IMB Building Society stand out from the crowd.
It’s this philosophy that will be the backbone of the brand new family friendly IMB branch opening in Gungahlin on Friday, 13 May. The occasion will be marked on Saturday 14 May when a FREE Family Day will be held at the new Hibberson Street branch, from 9:30am to 1pm featuring lots of fun activities like face painting, balloon animals, give-aways and appearances by IMB’s mascots Zippadee and Zoe Zoo!
Boasting modern new facilities designed with the comfort of members in mind, IMB Gungahlin will offer a refreshment area providing complimentary coffee and drinks daily, a touch screen booth for speedy self-service and an exciting activity wall that is sure to keep the kids entertained.
With standard variable home loan rates that have been lower than the major banks for more than two years, and a five star rated budget home loan ranked this year as the cheapest in the country by comparison website RateCity, IMB Gungahlin will assist families in planning and saving to achieve their goals.
To ensure families understand their loans, a friendly IMB lending specialist will always be on-hand at the Gungahlin branch, and with fee-free solutions such as IMB’s market leading day-to-day transaction account, ‘Everyday Unlimited’, saving has never been so simple. Families can also rest assured of easy and quick access to their savings via IMB branches, online or one of 3,400 IMB and rediATM’s across the country.
The opening of the new Gungahlin branch reinforces IMB’s commitment to the ACT and to personalised service for its members. In the past few years, IMB has continued to increase the number of branches in the region with the Gungahlin branch to be the sixth in the ACT. Furthermore, in 2010, IMB was selected as the exclusive lender for the ACT Governments Shared Equity Housing Scheme.
Committed to giving back to the areas in which it operates, IMB will continue to investigate further opportunities to support growing communities, such as Gungahlin, through the IMB Community Foundation that provides grants and funding to local organizations that engage in community projects.
IMB is one of Australia’s largest building societies, established in 1880. The opening of Gungahlin branch marks the 43rd IMB branch in its network, reaching the South Coast of New South Wales, the Illawarra and Southern Highlands, Sydney and the ACT.
Anyone wanting more information about IMB Building Society and its products and services is advised to visit imb.com.au