Opening your Primary Savings Account with an initial minimum deposit of $5 establishes your membership with REALTORS® Federal Credit Union, A Division of Northwest Federal Credit Union. This amount will be held on deposit throughout your membership. Membership provides access to all of the Credit Union's products and services. All members must have and maintain this Primary Savings account. Once this account is established, you can open additional savings accounts.
Annual Dues Savings Your annual dues – they come every year at the same time but somehow manage to sneak up when you’re least expecting them. An Annual Dues Savings Account is a great place for you to stash some extra cash when you have it – and forget about it. Consider this account “untouchable” until dues time comes around. Dedicate an elected percentage of each commission check and deposit it immediately. Setting aside an average of just $60 a month will cover most of your local, state and national dues for the year.
REALTOR® Event Savings The National Association of REALTORS’® meetings and expos are a great way to network, learn new things and further your career as a REALTOR®. The one thing that shouldn’t be stopping you from getting this experience is money. REALTORS® Federal Credit Union, A Division of Northwest Federal Credit Union has created a REALTOR® Event Savings Account to make setting aside cash for your trip simple and painless. Saving $160 a month could get you to either NAR’s Midyear Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo or NAR’s Annual Conference & Expo. Saving for these events is truly an investment in your future.
Save for a child’s future with an account that you control until the child reaches adulthood.
A Custodial Account is opened under the child’s name and social security number. The custodian, often a parent or grandparent, can add funds to the account at any time and can withdraw funds at any time to benefit the minor. When the child reaches age 18 or 21 (as deemed by the custodian) the account funds are turned over to the child.
You can also invest your Custodial Account funds in Certificates or a Money Market Account. Please complete and submit this application to open a Custodial account. Custodial_Application.pdfNote: Under the Uniform Gift to Minors Act, Custodial Accounts are considered a permanent irrevocable gift to a minor.