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The Seaside Promise

At Seaside, we promise to get to know you, your family, and your business.

The Seaside Difference

We provide high-touch service and a one-on-one commitment you won't find anywhere else. As highly experienced professionals, we understand your entire financial picture and deliver fully integrated financial solutions with your best interest at heart. 

Better Together

Welcome, everyone, to the United Community Bank family. To learn more about what this means to you, we’ve compiled several helpful resources and FAQs. You can also contact your client advisor with any questions you may have.

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Learning Center

Why are mortgage interest rates rising?

Mortgage interest rates are rising, and they’re rising fast. In fact, we’ve seen the fastest rise in rates since 1987. So, what’s fueling the surge? Read more to find out.
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Defend Yourself Against Online Fraud

Protecting yourself from scam artists requires vigilance and knowledge about how criminals use phone, email, postal mail and the internet to access personal and financial information. International scam artists work tirelessly to defraud you at home and work every year. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and United Community Bank want to help you protect yourself with these steps you can follow to avoid scams.
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Give your Portfolio a Reality Checkup

News about the stock market plunging or soaring may grab your attention, but what does it mean for your own investment portfolio? Following the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 can give you a general idea of the direction the stock market is going, but it doesn’t tell the whole story.
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