Arbor Bank, Get a FREE Slow Cooker with New Checking Account

Remember the days when banks would offer free toasters, T.V.s etc. to open an account? Well, those days are back at Arbor Bank with a free 1.5-quart pressure cooker to open any checking account.

Arbor Bank Checking Account Types

Arbor Bank offers a variety of checking account types, each tailored to different needs and preferences. Here's a breakdown of these accounts and their distinctive features:

  • No monthly service charge
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • $8 service charge per month if balance drops below $750
  • Opportunity to earn interest on your balance
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • No monthly service charge
  • Earn interest on your account balance
  • Enjoy free personalized club checks or discounted designer checks (one box per order)
  • Receive a complimentary safe deposit box for one year
  • Benefit from free cashier's checks and stop payments
  • Make 1 qualifying direct deposit each month
  • Enroll in Online Banking and eStatements with Arbor Bank
  • Use your Arbor Bank Debit Card for 10 point-of-sale transactions that post and settle each month
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • The $10 Monthly Service Charge is waived when monthly requirements are fulfilled
  • Receive reimbursement for all ATM fees and surcharges each month
  • Enjoy a $100 credit on a New Arbor Bank Mortgage - **$100 credit toward closing costs (for example, appraisal or title insurance fees) on a secondary market mortgage loan, which is a closed-end, consumer-purpose, 1-4 family dwelling-secured, fixed-rate, long-term, fully-amortizing loan. All loans are subject to credit approval.
  • Earn a competitive 1.75% APY on balances up to $15,000
  • For balances exceeding $15,000, earn a 0.05% interest rate, resulting in a variable APY ranging from 1.75% to 0.31%, depending on the account balance.
  • You can search for and compare Arbor Bank CD rates, savings rates and mortgage rates, with other bank rates by using our free search tool.

    Arbor Bank History

    Arbor Bank's rich history stretches back to 1865, when it was originally established as the Otoe County National Bank of Nebraska City. It holds the distinction of being the oldest state bank in Nebraska and has played a pivotal role in fostering growth in Southeast Nebraska and Southwest Iowa through its unwavering financial and community support.

    Arbor Bank has seen several transformative milestones, including the 2007 merger of Citizens State Bank of Oakland and Otoe County Bank of Nebraska City, which led to the creation of Arbor Bank as we know it today. Subsequently, in 2011, it combined operations with First Community Bank, solidifying its identity as Arbor Bank. The institution celebrated a momentous milestone in May 2015, commemorating 150 years of service. Arbor Bank's dedication to expansion is evident in the openings of new branches, such as the Elkhorn, Nebraska location in October 2019 and the Hamburg, Iowa location in January 2023.

     
    Author: Brian McKay
    November 3rd, 2023