HomeStreet Bank

Find all the information about HomeStreet Bank. Below you may find their branch and ATM locations, contact information such as phone numbers or email, where their head office is located, and what financial services they offer.

HomeStreet Bank logoHomeStreet Bank is a bank based in Seattle which also has operations across a few of the Hawaiian islands.

Founded in the same year as the Territorial Savings Bank, HomeStreet came to life in 1921 as the Continental Mortgage and Loan Company. The financing of commercial real estate and home mortgages were the first area of expertise for the company.

65 years later after its initial foundation, HomeStreet bank became a full-service bank in 1986. Just 14 years later, it expanded once more to include business lending and banking.

Fast forward to the present day, the bank now offers the full array of financial and banking services including commercial and private banking, investment and insurance products, and personal financial services.

Under the Community Reinvestment Act, HomeStreet Bank is consistently recognized with an Outstanding” rating.

HomeStreet Bank Branch

HomeStreet bank provides a range of banking services such as:

  • Business
    • Commercial banking
    • Commercial lending
    • Builder mortgage services
    • Commercial real estate
    • Cash management services
    • Business savings and money markets
    • Business credit cards
  • Personal
    • Checking options
    • CDs and IRAs
    • Credit cards
    • Money market and savings
    • Home loans
    • Investment services
    • Insurance
    • Consumer loans and lines of credit

Head office address

HomeStreet Bank Headquarters
601 Union Street, Suite 2000
Seattle, Washington 98101


General inquiries 

  • 800-719-8080
  • 855-584-0256

Mortgage Lending Customer Service Center

  • 1-800-809-1377
  • 206-389-7789

Lost/Stolen credit cards

  • 800-719-8080
  • 855-584-0256

Outside US

  • 206-389-6309

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