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Checking Account Rates Houston, TX

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The highest checking account rate on our list in Houston, Texas, is a rewards checking account from Legacy Bank of Texas. The bank’s current rewards checking account rate is 1.98 percent with a high checking yield of 2.00 percent. There are several monthly checking account requirements that have to be done every month to receive the high checking rate and yield.

The second best checking account rate on our list in Houston, TX is another rewards checking account. Amegy Bank of Texas has a current rewards checking rate at 1.75 percent percent with a checking account yield of 1.77 percent. There are monthly account requirements that also have to be met on this account to earn the rate and yield.

The third highest checking interest rate on our list in Houston is from FNBO Direct. The online bank’s current checking rate is at 1.09 percent with a checking interest yield of 1.10 percent. The FNBO Direct checking account isn’t a rewards checking account.

Capital One Direct Banking has the fourth best checking rate on our list. The bank’s current rate and yield is 1.01 percent.

Flagstar Bank tops out the top five rates on our list. Flagstar Bank’s current checking rate is 0.85 percent with a yield of 0.85 percent.   

Houston, Texas Checking Account Rates

Legacy Bank of Texas 1.98% Yield 2.00% Min $ 1 
Amegy Bank of Texas 1.75% Yield 1.77% Min $ 1 
FNBO Direct 1.09% Yield 1.10% Min $500 
Capital One Direct Banking 1.01% Yield 1.01% Min $ 1 
Flagstar Bank 0.85% Yield 0.85% Min $ 1 
First Internet Bank of IN 0.75% Yield 0.75% Min $500 
Bank of Internet USA 0.71% Yield 0.71% Min $ 1 
Salem Five Direct 0.60% Yield 0.60% Min $ 1 
EverBank 0.51% Yield 0.51% Min $ 1 
Ally Bank 0.50% Yield 0.50% Min $ 1 
MetroBank 0.40% Yield 0.40% Min $ 1

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Author: Lisa Graham
February 9th, 2011