About Us

About Us

At Grand Bank we put people first. We have been providing our customers with superior and flexible service with a hometown approach since 1968. Our mission is to serve our communities and customers so that families grow stronger, businesses thrive, and communities flourish.

Grand Bank is a leader in delivering affordable, innovative banking products to our community and throughout the U.S. Locally, Grand Bank originates traditional FNMA, VA, FHA, and USDA mortgage loans; nationally, Grand Bank purchases owner-financed, single-family loans, and originates 1-4 family mortgages to borrowers who only have an individual tax identification number (ITIN).

Grand Bank is both a great place to save for our customers and a great place for our team members.

Grand Bank is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace dedicated to pursuing and hiring a diverse, talented, and engaged team.

Giving Back to Our Community

Through our "Giving Back Program," we encourage and support employees to donate their time to amazing charities and nonprofits within our communities. We know "Grand" things happen when we all join together to make a difference.

Habitat for Humanity

We celebrated June as National Homeownership Month by helping build a new home for a local family.     

Animal Shelter Food & Blanket Drive

Grand Bank employees and customers collected food and blankets to benefit the local animal shelters.     

Domestic Abuse Shelter

Grand Bank employees donated gifts, clothing, and toys for a family living in the Domestic Abuse Shelter.

Waiting for a Cure

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Grand Bank held a fundraiser to benefit Waiting On a Cure, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping breast cancer patients in the Pine Belt area.           

Edward J. Langton Scholarship

Edward J. Langton Scholarship was created in honor of our CEO, Ed Langton and awarded annually to a local student based on academic excellence, community involvement, and financial need.

United Way Week of Caring

As part of the United Way Week of Caring,  employees volunteered in numerous activities: from bagging rice for a local food bank, to donating clothes to a mission, to picking up trash at the LongLeaf Trace.