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We take pride in providing in-depth, one-on-one services to every one of our valued clients.
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Commercial Banking

Your business is as unique as you, so it’s only right that we treat it with the same care.
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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

Understanding Your Credit Score

It’s not just three digits: your credit score indicates how well you manage your debt. It’s designed to represent your credit risk: in other words, an at-a-glance indication of how likely you are to pay your bills on time. It's a pretty important number that lending companies typically use when assessing the amount of money to loan you.

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3 Rich Habits You Can Start Today

Think about your daily routine. You wake up, fire up the Keurig, take the dog out, shower, eat breakfast, get dressed and then tune in to your favorite podcast on the way to work. Chances are, whatever your routine is, you perform some iteration of it each and every day. That’s because over 40% of our behaviors are habitual—we pick up habits throughout our lives to meet our needs and help us get from point A to point B each day.
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Steps to Buying a Home

There are a lot of moving parts to the home buying process – and just about as many people! You’ll work with your lender, real estate agent, the seller, the listing agent, home inspector, maybe a transaction coordinator or two – the list goes on and on. So where do you even start? Glad you asked.
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