First Advantage Bank

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We talk a lot about how drastically the banking industry has been evolving in recent years, fueled by rapid changes in government regulation, technology, and consumer behavior. But the truth is, banking has been a changing industry ever since the first banks appeared in antiquity. The very nature of banking as a service demands constant adaptation to mirror that of the people it serves.

In 2011, we knew that we had become much more than a savings and loan bank. We were actively invested in our community. We had seen our native Clarksville grow into a thriving city of about 140,000 people. Our choice was clear—we changed our charter from the federal to the state level, and changed our name to First Advantage Bank to reflect our true brand. Now, we have expanded our focus to businesses, and we are growing along with the community we serve. We now have eight full-service banking centers throughout middle Tennessee, a virtual branch with a national presence, over 100 employees, and we are traded publicly on the OTC market (FABK).

We recognize that our industry is changing today, but we’re used to it. The innovations we have been through in the past 60 years have made us who we are, and we are excited to continue our culture of embracing change to better serve our community.

States served:

Tennessee 

Lender Details
  • Loan Types: Purchase, Refinance
  • Rate Type: Fixed
  • Application Fee: None
  • Accepted Credit: Excellent
  • Loan Programs Offered: Conventional
  • Property Types: Manufactured home with land, Modular home with land, Mobile home with land
License Info

NMLS#681662

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