Welcome to FirstNet your online banking solution.
First Home Bank’s FirstNet provides quick and simple access for all your banking needs. Your account information is available to you 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. FirstNet is a FREE service including FREE Online BillPay conveniently accessible from your home or office.
- Access an unlimited number and type of accounts
- Transfer funds electronically between checking and savings accounts
- Make online loan payments
- Check statement information on all deposit accounts
- Retrieve check images front and back online.
- Obtain account information on all of your accounts
- BillPay accesses the designated checking account to pay all bills either electronically or by paper draft
- Apply a stop payment for checks online
To ensure optimal security and access to all features in our online banking product, we recommend using one of the following browsers:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer: Version 7.0 - 8.0* - download now
- Firefox: Version 3 and Higher - download now
- Safari: Version 1.0 and Higher - download now
NOTE: Effective Monday, January 25, 2010, Internet Explorer versions older than version 6.0 will no longer be valid for access into Internet Banking. Microsoft no longer supports these versions and security updates are not available. As of the date above, users attempting to access Internet Banking with one of these browsers will be denied access and receive a message indicating browser version updates are necessary. Information on downloading a valid version of Internet Explorer will be provided. Additionally, effective April 8, 2010, Internet Explorer version 6.0 will no longer be a valid browser for access in to Internet Banking.
*IE 8.0 includes a compatibility view feature that displays websites that were created for older browsers as they were designed to appear. Current testing of IE 8.0 with this feature enabled has provided acceptable results. IE 8.0 is a supported browser when this feature is enabled.
How do I tell if the site I am on is secure?
Once you get to the site, the Web address will begin with https: ("s" for secure).
The locked padlock at the bottom of the window will confirm the site's increased security. For more details about the encryption status of the page when it was received, click the lock icon.
Important: The lock icon only describes the encryption status of the page while your computer was receiving it.