Renasant Bank overview
Renasant Bank has more than 200 locations across Mississippi, where it was founded in 1904, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Today, it has approximately $16.2 billion in assets. Among the standard suite of mortgage options, the lender also offers new construction loans with six- to 12-month terms and renovation loans.
Borrowers planning to buy or build a home in the Southeast and want to do business with a brick-and-mortar bank
- Rate-and-term and cash-out refinancing
- Home equity line of credit (HELOC)
- Construction and renovation loans
The Renasant Bank website does not disclose any lender fees, and a representative from the bank declined to share more details with Bankrate.
Renasant Bank does not publicly advertise rates on its website. To begin the loan process and learn what rate you qualify for, you can connect with a loan officer using the website’s state search tool or visit a branch location.
Renasant Bank’s website is fairly limited in terms of helpful tools and easily accessible information about mortgage products. There are a few calculators to estimate affordability and help with refinance decisions, but for the most part, you will need to share your information with a loan officer to understand any of the costs and terms of a loan.
Minimum borrower requirements
Renasant Bank does not publish borrower requirements for any of its mortgage programs. In general, with this lender, you can expect to need a credit score of at least 640 for a conventional loan and 580 for an FHA loan.
Refinancing with Renasant Bank
You can refinance your existing mortgage with Renasant Bank, but the bank does not publicly advertise refinance rates or its fees online. To compare offers, you’ll need to reach out to the bank directly.
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Breakdown of Renasant Bank overall review score
- Affordability: 3/5
- Availability: 3.8/5
- Borrower experience: 4.7/5
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