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WesBanco Bank (NASDAQ: WSBC) is a multi-state bank headquartered in Wheeling, West Virginia. The bank's corporate slogan is “by all accounts, better.” As of this writing, WesBanco has around $6 billion in assets, 111 branch locations throughout West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and more than 1300 employees. The bank offers home mortgage loans, home equity loans and lines of credit, car loans, CDs, a variety of checking & savings accounts, and retirement options.

WesBanco's history dates back to 1870, when The German Bank was founded; the Dollar Savings Bank was founded in 1887. These two financial institutions merged in 1933 to form the Wheeling Dollar Savings & Trust Co. WesBanco was formed in 1968. The bank has grown steadily over the years, both with organic growth and mergers & acquisitions. One recent merger of note is with Fidelity Bancorp, which was based in Pittsburgh.

Wesbanco remains committed to providing high quality financial products and customer service to its local communities in West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. You can apply for almost anything online – certificates of deposit (CDs), savings accounts, checking accounts, and so on – and it's also possible to begin applying for a mortgage loan via Wesbanco's online banking platform.

The bank's mortgage division offers nine basic mortgage products, which are all broken down on the company website. These options are fixed rate conventional, adjustable rate conventional, jumbo loans, VA mortgages, first time home buyer loans, WesBanco's special Freedom Mortgage program (affordable housing), specialty programs, and home refinancing.

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