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Industry: Banks » Banks - Regional - US  
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Headquarter Location:USA
Southcoast Financial Corp through its Southcoast Community Bank offers a full array of commercial banking services. Deposit services include business and personal checking accounts, NOW accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts etc.

Southcoast Financial Corp is a South Carolina corporation organized in 1999 under the laws of South Carolina. It is a holding company for Southcoast Community Bank or the Bank. The Bank offers a full array of commercial banking services. Deposit services include business and personal checking accounts, NOW accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts, various term certificates of deposit, IRA accounts, and other deposit services. Bank's deposits are attracted from individuals and small businesses. The Bank does not offer trust services. The Bank operates from its offices in Mt. Pleasant, Charleston, Moncks Corner, Johns Island, Summerville, Goose Creek and North Charleston, South Carolina. The Bank offers secured and unsecured, short-to-intermediate term loans, with floating and fixed interest rates for commercial, consumer and residential purposes. Consumer loans include, among others: car loans, home equity improvement loans, personal expenditure loans, education loans, overdraft lines of credit, and the like. The Bank makes commercial loans to small and middle market businesses.Commercial loans may be unsecured if loans are of short duration and made to a customer with demonstrated ability to pay, but often loans are secured. Collateral for commercial loans may be listed securities, equipment, inventory, accounts receivable or other business assets but would usually be local real estate. The Bank usually makes commercial loans to businesses to provide working capital, expand physical assets or acquire assets. The Bank also makes loans guaranteed by the U. S. Small Business Administration. The Bank makes loans secured by real estate mortgages that are usually for the acquisition, improvement or construction and development of residential and other properties. Residential real estate loans consist mainly of first and second mortgage loans on single family homes, with some mortgage loans on multifamily homes. Real estate construction loans typically consist of financing for the construction of 1-4 family dwellings and some non-farm, non-residential real estate. Other services the Bank offers include residential mortgage loan origination services, safe deposit boxes, business courier service, night depository service, telephone banking, MasterCard brand credit cards, tax deposits, and 24-hour automated teller machines. The bank holding companies and banks are regulated under federal and state law.

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Revenue (TTM) (Mil) $18.29
EPS (TTM) $ 0.46
Short Percentage of Float0.02%
52-Week Range $7.94 - 17.90
Shares Outstanding (Mil)7.10

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