ABB can help make your dream home a reality

Primary & Secondary Residence, Vacation, and New Construction

Buying a home, whether it's your first or your fourth, is one of the most significant investments you'll ever make. Anderson Brothers Bank's experienced mortgage originators are ready to answer your questions and help you on the path to home ownership.

Purchase a new home or refinance your existing loan with one of our many loan programs. We offer a variety of financing options, and you can count on us for flexible solutions and exceptional personal service.

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Meet Our Mortgage Team

Tim McCoy
VP Mortgage Lending
Myrtle Beach, SC
843-685-7772 (cell)
NMLS # 459361

Aaron Lee
Mortgage Officer
Conway, SC
843-369-2486, x1519
NMLS # 754520
 
David Dupont
Mortgage Officer
Myrtle Beach, SC
843-945-5112
NMLS # 414446
 
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Kraig Thornton
Mortgage Officer
N. Myrtle Beach/Longs, SC
843-399-8424, x3116
NMLS # 627760
 
Ashley Bartol
Mortgage Officer
Myrtle Beach, SC
843-712-2235
NMLS # 733519
 
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Benjamin Sullivan
Mortgage Officer
Myrtle Beach, SC
843-945-5112, x3401
NMLS # 1634532
 
   
 
 Your Home Loan Toolkit

Step-by-Step guide by CFPB 

To prepare for your appointment with a Mortgage Lender, please bring the following documents:

  • Copy of your purchase contract
  • Your two most recent pay stubs with year-to-date earnings. If you have had more than one job this year, provide your final pay stub from your previous employer.
  • The two most recent years' W-2s
  • Your two most recent bank statements, or if the cash to close your loan comes from another source, provide documentation
  • Your residence history for the last two years (name and address of the landlord/mortgage holder)
  • Current homeowners' insurance provider and payment amount (if applicable)
  • Current property taxes (if applicable)
  • Loan and/or credit card information, including name, address, and account number of creditor
  • Gift letter from relative(s)
  • Signed relocation agreement if your employer is paying for your move
  • Divorce decree/stipulation if alimony, child support or property settlement is involved (Note: alimony, child support, or separate maintenance income need not be revealed if you choose not to have it considered for paying the loan)
  • School transcripts if attended during the last two years
  • Letter of explanation for adverse credit or an employment gap


Mortgage Lending Resources