When Gateway Bank started in 2007, we had a vision of building a bank for locals, by locals. After 10+ years, one great recession, and many industry changes, we’re proud to still serve Mesa as the city’s only hometown bank.
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Bertrand Berry is turning his athletic talents and passion on the football field into a long-term career off the field — and Gateway Bank is proud to play a small part in helping bring his dream to life.
When Andrew Cunningham accepted a position as a groundskeeper, bus driver, and children’s church worker at SouthGate Church (then called 91st Psalm) in 1987, he never imagined he and the church would be where they are today. Since those humble beginnings, Pastor Cunningham has become the Senior Pastor and led SouthGate to become one of the largest ministries and Christian schools in the Southwest Valley — thanks, in part, to their partnership with Gateway Bank.
Taking out a loan can be confusing and intimidating. This video can help make the process clearer and easier. Watch to learn when to get a loan, how to get a loan, and what to look for in a lender.
How do loans work? How are they structured? How can you get a lower interest rate? What should you watch out for? This video answers all of these questions about more.
Veterinarian Dr. Garthe always had dreams of opening her own practice. Now, her dreams are becoming a reality with the help of Gateway Bank.
We’re proud to announce that BauerFinancial has awarded Gateway Bank a 5-star rating for the 34th consecutive quarter! Here is BauerFinancial’s release about the award.
Jack and Amanda Monti dreamed about acquiring a business in the Valley. With the help of Gateway Bank, they made that dream a reality.
Jack and Amanda came across an opportunity to acquire Kid Glove, a family-owned moving and storage company in Scottsdale, AZ. The business fit perfectly with their past experience and what they wanted to provide for their growing family of six.
Gilbert has been the largest municipality in the U.S. without a cemetery— until now, thanks to Bunker Family Funerals and Cremation. This fourth-generation family business, which currently runs two funeral homes in Mesa, is working with Gateway Bank for their construction and permanent loan so they can build a new funeral home and the first cemetery in Gilbert, to be called Gilbert Memorial Park.