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The time has arrived where the kids are out of school for the summer months and you will be loading up the car for weekend trips. Not everyone has money or time to travel to California or Paris, but everyone can experience Jazz on the...

Buying your first home is a big step in life! It is exhilarating, but also an overwhelming time. To make sure you guide yourself through the process with accuracy and precision, here are a couple of tips that help make your journey of purchasing a new...

Have you ever wondered about what lenders look at besides your credit score? Well, we know! Lenders look for key things such as employment history, current and past income, present-day debt, and savings. We have explained these four examples with more detail below. Employment History Your employment...

Do you have plans to travel in 2019? You may not be thinking as much about travelers insurance when planning your trip, but in fact, it's a good thing to consider. There are four types of protection incorporated into travelers insurance which is: trip cancellation, baggage,...

Bank of Walterboro is proud to announce that we have changed our name to Bank of the Lowcountry as part of an overall rebranding process. Since the opening of our first branch in Walterboro, South Carolina in 1989 to our expansion into other markets, we...

Choosing the right loan can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know which type best suits your needs. When choosing a loan you also have to consider why you want it, how much you’ll need to borrow, and the impact of interest rates on your...

As we move into spring, we thought we should do a blog about all the exciting events and activities happening in Walterboro. Below is a list of our favorite things to do in Walterboro this spring! Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Located near the Lowcountry Regional Airport, the outdoor...

It’s always wise to have our piggy banks stuffed for a rainy day. However, it may be difficult to know how to save for an upcoming trip, or last minute emergencies to the mechanic or vet. Sometimes all it takes is that first step in...

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