Kansas City

Core Bank | The Kansas City Bank That Puts You at the Core

Core Bank offers a different banking experience in Kansas City. Our vision is to be a truly remarkable company that just happens to be a bank. We bring passion, energy, and a commitment to providing you with the highest level of service.

Conveniently located in Overland Park, Kansas

Just south of Kansas City, Core Bank is located on College Blvd between Conser Ave and Marty Ave.
Being near I-435 and Hwy 69, we’re easily accessible from anywhere in the Kansas City metro.


Monday–Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm


7400 College Blvd
Ste 205
Overland Park, KS 66210
(913) 490-7400
1 (877) 968-7672




Business Loans & Lines of Credit

We offer both short and long-term solutions to help you achieve your business goals. From SBA loans and term loans to business mortgages and revolving lines of credit, we offer financing options tailored to meet your needs and keep your business running smoothly and profitably.

Business Checking

Core Bank delivers big bank products backed by the level of service you expect from a community bank. With Small Business, Interest Business, Limited Business, Non Profit, and Commercial Checking accounts, we offer the versatile selection and expertise needed to match your business with the perfect account type.

Community Bank Service with Innovative Banking Solutions

Online Banking

Every account with Core Bank includes free online banking to ensure you always have access to your finances, including when you need it most.

Mobile Banking

Access your accounts from anywhere on any device. Check your balance, view transactions, transfer funds, and make deposits through our mobile app.

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Join Core Bank and experience banking like you’ve never experienced it before!

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