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Tom Keegan

Vice President

NMLS#217470

Tom Keegan is a longtime member of the team at The Federal Savings Bank, with more than 24 years of experience in mortgage lending, Tom has personally closed over two thousand transactions!

As a Vice President at one of the largest privately held mortgage banks in the nation, Tom has the resources and experience to control the entire transaction from the initial meeting and application process to the signing and funding of a customer’s loan. Here at The Federal Savings Bank, we separate ourselves from other lenders with a broader choice of loan options and our in-house underwriting and closing departments. By having the whole lending team working in the bank together, we’re able to provide customers with the security of a quick, smooth transaction that always closes in a timely manner. With his experience and leadership skills, Tom was promoted to Vice President of our Carolina Division in 2013. In 2014 Tom relocated to Charleston, South Carolina, and has taken on a leadership role with our new construction custom home and our system built / modular home programs. Conventional, Jumbo, and Portfolio loans are all part of The Federal Savings Bank lending platform. Tom is a nationally recognized VA loan specialist and takes special pride in taking care of our country’s Veterans. He has been helping our Veterans with their VA mortgage benefits and financing questions for over 20 years. The Federal Savings Bank was founded by Veterans and it’s an honor to work with the men and women who have served our country and protected our freedom.

Outside of the office, Tom enjoys spending time outdoors, either biking or walking on the nearby beaches, but his real passion is out on the water, sailing, and boating in and around Charleston. He volunteers each year with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and for the past 7 years, he has been part of the organizing and race committees for The Leukemia Cup Regatta held annually in the Charleston Harbor and Chicago, IL on Lake Michigan.