Serving our community since 1885

Deposit Services

When you call us during business hours, you will always speak to a person – not a series of prompts and recorded messages. We are dedicated, friendly, and committed to serving our customers and community!


Dear Customers and Future Patrons: Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and take an interest in the Collinsville Building and Loan Association. As an organization with 130 years of experience, we understand the importance of focusing on our customers and our local community.

Mortgage Services

Whether you are refinancing or purchasing your first home, Collinsville Building and Loan Association has a mortgage loan to fit your needs. We are a hometown lender who will never sell your loan – loans made here, stay here! All loans are conventional loans with fixed rates.

Latest News on Collinsville Building & Loan

CBAI Scholarship Opportunity

Collinsville Building and Loan Association announces a scholarship competition that enables Illinois high school seniors to enter a statewide essay-writing contest. It is all part of a program sponsored by Illinois community banks and the CBAI Foundation for Community Banking to increase public awareness of locally owned banks and their contributions to the community. Collinsville

CBL Shares the Warmth with the Community

This past November, Collinsville Building and Loan Association held their 5th annual “Coats for the Community” drive. They partnered with CAMA Helping Hands Ministry and collected winter coats, scarves, gloves and hats. Collinsville Building and Loan would like to thank their customers, staff and the community for their donations to help make this drive a success. From

CB&L Hosts 5th Annual Coats for the Community Drive

Help Collinsville Building and Loan warm the lives and hearts of those in our communities by donating new or gently used coats for children and adults of all ages and sizes. Hats, gloves and scarves also gladly accepted. Drop off your donations from Nov. 2-20 at the Collinsville location, 701 Belt Line Road or at

Simply Free Checking is here!

Simplify your life; Open a Simply Free Checking Account from Collinsville Building & Loan Today! No fees or minimum monthly balance. Receive a FREE 16 oz travel mug when you open a Simply Free Checking Account! (while supplies last) First Box of Checks Free for the First 25 Accounts! Call today for

CB&L School Supply Drive a Success!

Collinsville Building & Loan Association 4th Annual School Supply Drive for the Community The employees of the Collinsville Building & Loan Association, partnered with the Collinsville Township Office and the Troy Ministries Unlimited to collect and distribute school supplies to students in the Collinsville and Troy communities. The items were delivered to the above listed offices

CB&L hosts 4th Annual School Supply Drive

Collinsville Building & Loan Association in conjunction with the Collinsville Township & Ministries Unlimited is sponsoring our 4th Annual School Supply Drive July 1st-July 31st Benefiting Collinsville Unit 10 & Triad School Districts Donations can be dropped off at either of our CB&L Locations: Collinsville Office: 701 Belt Line Rd Collinsville, IL 62234 (618)344-3172 Troy Office: 100 W Market St Troy,

Collinsville Building & Loan Celebrates 130 Years

 Join us in celebration May 15, 2015 at either of our locations Lunch from 11:00 to 3:00 Sandwiches, chips, cookies, water and soda Register May 15th to win a $50.00 Gift Card to Ravenelli’s Restaurant! (One per location) Winning tickets will be drawn at close of business May 15th. 13.0 Month Certificates Opened in May earn 1.30% Annual Percentage

Collinsville Building and Loan Shares the Warmth with the Community

[caption id=attachment_118 align=alignnone width=300] Pictured from left to right: Max Ryan, CAMA Volunteer, Julie Embrich, CB&L Deposit Service Rep., Kevin Dunn, CB&L Compliance Officer, and Gene Harper, CAMA Volunteer[/caption] This past November, Collinsville Building and Loan Association held their 4th annual “Coats for the Community” drive. They partnered with CAMA Helping Hands Ministry and collected