TowneBank Mortgage opens Outer Banks headquarters

Published 7:47 am Saturday, June 8, 2019

TowneBank Mortgage has opened its newly renovated Outer Banks headquarters off Croatan Highway in Kitty Hawk. TowneBank Mortgage’s team of loan officers provides an array of mortgage products with an in-house operations department to support the processing and underwriting of all loans. An official ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony will be held Tuesday, May 21

Located at 4629 North Croatan Highway, TowneBank Mortgage is the sole occupant of the building, which was renovated in December. Nine mortgage loan officers are based out of the new state-of-the-art space and will provide home financing for the Outer Banks community and beyond.

“We are very excited to be in our newly remodeled location. We are grateful to house some of the best and brightest mortgage lenders under one roof. Together, our team has over 210 years of local experience, guaranteeing that TowneBank Mortgage is positioned to serve the lending needs of our community. This beautiful, extensive renovation shows that TowneBank Mortgage  is very committed to this community,” said David Joyner, Outer Banks sales manager for TowneBank Mortgage.

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“We are excited to open our newest TowneBank Mortgage office in the Outer Banks under the leadership of sales manager David Joyner. This represents our commitment to our members and the Outer Banks community. David and his team of experienced hometown mortgage lenders are looking forward to better serving both our customers and our business partners in the new state-of-the-art facility,” said Shirley Sasser, senior executive vice president and director of national sales for TowneBank Mortgage.

In a grand opening tradition, a charitable donation of $5,000 will be presented to the Outer Banks Association of Realtors Scholarship Fund. The fund, administered by the Outer Banks Community Foundation, provides college scholarships to deserving local high school students.



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