Looby Brings CCNB Mortgage To The Upstate - My CCNB

Looby Brings CCNB Mortgage To The Upstate

Greenville, South Carolina – April 5, 2019 – An Upstate resident since 1991 and a twenty-year veteran of the mortgage lending industry, Bill Looby joins CCNB Greenville as Vice President, Mortgage Loan Officer.

“Bill works diligently to ensure his clients find the best products and have a smooth transaction from start to finish,” says Scott Benninga, CCNB Senior Vice President, Mortgage Banking Director. “He genuinely enjoys helping people obtain a mortgage that best suits their needs and lifestyle, and he’s looking forward to putting his We Can Do That spirit into action.”

“We are thrilled to have Bill join our team serving the mortgage needs of the Upstate,” says Jimmy Kimbell, Senior Vice President, Upstate Market Executive. “Thanks to the continued growth of our local residential development and revitalization projects, our community is thriving. Throughout the state, CCNB’s dynamic mortgage team offers home buyers solutions and competitive rates, and I am excited that we can now offer home mortgages through an experienced local lender,” says Kimbell.

Bill, a graduate of Leadership Greer in 2016, is an active member of his church and the community. He and his wife Lynn have two children. In his spare time, he enjoys tennis, volunteering, and coaching sports.

CCNB, a consistently rated five-star bank, is located at 416 East North Street in downtown Greenville.

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About Coastal Carolina National Bank: Coastal Carolina National Bank, CCNB, is a Myrtle Beach-based community bank serving Horry, Georgetown, Aiken, Richland, Greenville (SC), and Brunswick (NC) counties. Coastal Carolina National Bank is a locally operated financial institution focused on providing personalized service and offers a full range of banking services designed to meet the specific needs of individuals and small and medium-sized businesses. Headquartered in Myrtle Beach, the Bank also has branches in Garden City, North Myrtle Beach, Conway, Aiken, Columbia, and Greenville, South Carolina.