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Webster Bank Named Presenting Sponsor of Hartford Marathon Foundation’s Inaugural RiMaConn Relay

Brian Runkle, Webster executive vice president, Operations

Webster to make additional donation to East Coast Greenway [. . .]

Commercial Real Estate Today: Snapshots of Opportunity and Challenge

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By Sean Jasie, Senior Vice President, Business Banking, Webster Bank Greg Manning, Senior Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, Webster Bank Dick Vaughan, Senior Vice President, Webster Bank [. . .]

The Ins-and-Outs of Financing an In-law Apartment


By Alison Gibbons, VP, Producing Sales Supervisor [. . .]

Condo shoppers: 4 Potential bumps in the road to a mortgage


By Gary Moukhtarian, Senior Vice President Consumer Finance, Webster Bank The moment you see it, you know: This is the condo for you. But then comes the nitty-gritty of financing—and that can mean unexpected challenges. [. . .]

Hartford Yard Goats Baseball: The product is happiness. The bank is Webster.


“Minor League Baseball is all about fun. That’s why we take special care of every touchpoint in the customer experience,” says Hartford Yard Goats President Tim Restall. “From ticket sales to parking to our team store, we want to make every interaction easy.” [. . .]

How to own your new home in 30 days


Buying your “forever home” shouldn’t take forever. That’s why we offer a 30-day Mortgage Closing Guarantee.* It puts your mortgage closing on the fast track so you can move into your home faster and start living your forever life sooner. Get the mortgage that gets you moving [. . .]

Retirement planning ideas to strive for long-term success


Let’s kick off our discussion with a happy thought: the potential of doubling your money. It’s all about the Rule of 72: one of the handiest retirement planning tools. You divide 72 by the annual rate of return on an investment. The result may be the number of years it will take for your funds to double. [. . .]

Empty nesters: How your college student can build a nest egg


Financial education to prepare students for college You send your student off to college. For a day or so, you enjoy the bittersweet quiet of an empty nest. Then—wait for it—the first call comes in: “Mom, Dad. I need more money.” [. . .]

How to Plan Financially for College, from Cradle to Graduation


A crash course in funding an education [. . .]

The Essential Homebuyer’s Checklist


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