According to their website Hancock Bank describes their history as follows: “More than a century ago, in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, 19 influential visionaries with strong ties to nearby New Orleans saw the need for a local bank to help citizens manage the prosperity of a bustling new turn-of-the-century regional economy. Their vision became theHancock County Bank.
Since opening on October 9, 1899, amid a national recession and with $10,000 in capital and $8,277.41 in first-day deposits, Hancock has accepted a resolute, heartfelt responsibility to help people achieve their financial goals and dreams and to facilitate commerce and opportunities for people.
Today, with approximately $20 billion in assets,Hancock Holding Company is the parent company of Hancock Bank andWhitney Bank, two century-old institutions founded on core ideals ofHonor & Integrity,Strength & Stability,Commitment to Service,Teamwork, andPersonal Responsibility. One of Forbes’ “100 Most Trustworthy Companies” for two years in a row, Hancock Holding Company operates hundreds of banking offices and ATMs of Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank across a Gulf South corridor spanning South Mississippi; southern Alabama; south central Louisiana; the northern, central, and Panhandle regions of Florida; and metropolitan Houston, Texas.
The Hancock Holding Company financial services family also includes Hancock Investment Services, Inc.; Hancock Insurance Agency and Whitney Insurance Agency, Inc.; corporate trust offices in Gulfport and Jackson, Mississippi, New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Orlando, Florida; and Harrison Finance Company”.
As there has been a rise in Delinquent loans over the last few years and months and Hancock Bank has created a page on their website to remarket these repossessed auto and real estate assets to the public.
Buyers who are interested in purchasing Hancock Bank repo cars and real estate vehicles can simply visit the–Hancock Bank repo list.
The process to purchase Hancock Bank repo’s is actually quite simple. Buyers can browse the current inventory and search for bank repossessed cars, boats, real estate, RV’s, motorcycles, and more.
If you locate a bank repo property you are interested in purchasing you’;’ want to contact a representative in the Hancock Bank collection department as soon as you can. These representatives can answer questions and guide you through the procedures from making an offer all the way through closing the deal. Most of the time the Hancock Bank’s inventory consists of real estate also known as REO (Real Estate Owned) properties. It’s always a prudent idea to research anything you are planning to purchase so that there aren’t any surprises in the future. A local real estate agent of auto mechanic can be a valuable resource in helping you make a decision.