In today’s fast-paced and busy world, finding ways to save time and make life easier is a good thing. HOPENet Online Banking is a great tool for making managing your money faster and more convenient.
HOPENet lets you perform a variety of functions from any Internet-connected laptop or desktop computer 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can check account balances, transfer funds, and pay bills with just a few mouse clicks. You can even sign up for electronic statements, which allows you to get your statements faster and keeps your account information out of your mailbox, or enjoy the powerful budgeting and financial tracking offered by our Smart Money Personal Financial Manager.
Try it today and enjoy everything the new and improved HOPENet has to offer!
HOPENet is designed for desktop and laptop computers. If you have a mobile device, use our dedicated HOPE Mobile Banking app. We’ll have a tablet version available soon.
One of the greatest features of HOPENet is our BillPay option. This free service is part of our online banking system and saves you time, money, and hassle while offering greater security than sending checks through the mail.
So sign up for HOPENet and start managing your accounts online today. It’s quick and easy. You can enroll in HOPENet right now. Follow the steps listed here, or call 1-866-321-HOPE (4673) and we’ll do it for you. Before you get started, be sure to have your account information handy.
The adoption of HOPE’s mobile banking app continues to grow at a rapid pace.
HOPE Mortgage Originator Glynniece Smith, a graduate of NOLA’s McDonogh 42, holds a painting the school’s student presented to HOPE. Note that the owl, the school’s mascot, is carrying an olive branch just like the HOPE dove! New Orleans, LA (August 19, 2015) – Hope Enterprise Corporation (HOPE) celebrated the re-opening of McDonogh 42, a charter school located in New Orleans’ 7th Ward following significant damage incurred from Hurricane Katrina. Through the New Markets Tax Credit Program, HOPE provided $6 million in financing for the school’s $23 million rehabilitation.