First Bank Southern Pines Review
A local bank can be the driving force behind the economy of a small community. With a population of under 14,000 residents and a strong economy—Southern Pines, North Carolina is backed by local banks like First Bank.
First Bank has more than 100 locations in two states but is actually headquartered right here in Southern Pines, NC.
Our location on Southeast Broad Street is one of First Bank’s top performing branches thanks to the consistent results generated for our clients. When you walk into our locations on Pinecrest Plaza and Southeast Broad Street, you’ll be struck by the clean and modern atmosphere along with the friendliness of our employees.
First Bank Cares about the Southern Pines Community
Both Southern Pines locations will take the time to get to know each customer in order to provide personalized banking advice for their individual needs.
First Bank has helped Southern Pines, NC residents start businesses, buy homes and expand investment portfolios. We show our commitment to local prosperity through our non-profit work and personal touch for the following services.
- Personal checking and savings accounts. Our versatile options for managing and saving money offer something for everyone.
- Business banking. Accounts, loans and merchant services make managing your business easy.
- Loans. Get the money you need for personal spending or home equity lines of credit (HELOC).
- Residential and commercial mortgages. Turn the place of your dreams into your home or business.
- Insurance. Insure your home, car or business or something even more valuable like life insurance.
First Bank began as a local bank more than 80 years ago just 35 miles from Southern Pines. The foundation of our values is rooted in the small communities of North Carolina and can be experienced at our Southern Pines locations. To serve our customers further, we also have ATM locations throughout the area, as well as two bank locations in nearby Pinehurst.
Investment and Insurance Products are NOT Bank Deposits, NOT FDIC-Insured, HAVE NO Bank Guarantee, NOT Insured by any Federal Government Agency, May Go Down in Value