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Throwback Thursday: Susquehanna roots in Greencastle, Pennsylvania, date to 1864

Susquehanna is truly honored to be part of a banking legacy in the Greencastle, Pennsylvania, community with roots that date back to 1864.  As we celebrate a 150 year tradition dedicated to community banking, we are proud to share our storied  Continue Reading »

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How Do You Pick a Mortgage Lender?

Really? This is probably the easiest one to explain. Pick me. OK, all kidding aside, the approach to finding a mortgage lender is pretty much the same as that of picking a realtor. To start, ask those within your circle  Continue Reading »

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Abington Bank Joins Susquehanna: “Doing What Counts” in Montgomery & Bucks County

When Susquehanna Bank agreed to acquire Abington Bank, they knew they’d be adding a bank with a 144-year tradition of excellent service to the community. But did they know they’d be getting a branch whose nearby neighbors are the Three  Continue Reading »

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Katelyn

New Digs, New Bank: Factors to Consider When You’re Relocating

The state of Massachusetts is home to Dunkin Donuts®, Fenway Park ®, more than one hundred colleges and universities — and now me! On my extended list of things to do prior to moving was to choose a new bank.  Continue Reading »

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Katelyn

Something Old, Something New: Adding Branches in the Neighborhood Where We “Grew Up”

There is something about Lancaster County that allows the old and the new to exist together. Horse buggies rolling alongside hybrid buses. Farms alongside factories and malls. The same goes for Susquehanna Bank. We recently opened new offices in the  Continue Reading »

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Drilling Down to the Details: Making the Most of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Royalties

Imagine someone offering you $10,000 per month for access to your property, so that they could extract a valuable natural resource deep underground. Sounds like good news, right? That’s an additional $120,000 in annual income! Your first instinct might be  Continue Reading »

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