Best CD Rates in Newton

Search the latest CD rates in Newton, Massachusetts offered by the leading banks in the region. Find the best CD rates in Newton and the surrounding communities including Auburndale, Chestnut Hill, Newton Centre, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Lower Falls, Newton Upper Falls, Newtonville, Nonantum, Oak Hill, Thompsonville, Waban and West Newton. The banks serving the suburbs of Boston offer some of the highest yielding CD rates along the east coast.

Savers and investors in the Newton area will find an array of certificates of deposit with fixed interest rates and terms from three months to five years. Banks serving Newton offer competitively priced three month CD rates, six month CD rates, one year CD rates for short and medium terms savings objectives and one 18 month CD rates, two year CD rates, and five year CD rates for account holders working on longer term investment horizons.

CDs are an excellent way to get a better rate of return on money that would otherwise sit in a bank account. Account holders can get maximum security with a competitive rate that won't change for the life of the investment.

Find a list of CD rates and terms from local and regional banks for the most popular certificate maturities. Use the listed bank rate data to secure the best interest rate for a new CD in Newton and the surrounding area.

Local CD Rates
Bank CD Rate CD Term Min $ Open
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.35% 3 Month $25,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.21% 3 Month $1,000.00
Transportation Alliance Bank
www.tabbank.com
800-837-4214
0.95% 3 Month $1,000.00
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.50% 6 Month $25,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.37% 6 Month $1,000.00
Nationwide Bank CD Rates
www.nationwide.com
877-422-6569
1.20% 6 Month $500.00
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.55% 9 Month $25,000.00
CD Bank
www.cdbank.com
888-201-8185
1.20% 9 Month $1.00
Virtual Bank CD Rates
www.virtualbank.com
877-998-2265
1.16% 9 Month $10,000.00
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.70% 1 Year $25,000.00
BankDirect CD Rates
www.bankdirect.com
877-839-2737
1.60% 1 Year $10,000.00
Popular Direct
www.populardirect.com
800-274-5696
1.55% 1 Year $10,000.00
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.85% 2 Year $25,000.00
TIAA Direct CD Rates
www.tiaadirect.com
855-842-2372
1.81% 2 Year $1,000.00
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.81% 2 Year $1,000.00
Synchrony Bank CD Rates
www.synchronybank.com
866-226-5638
2.35% 5 Year $25,000.00
Popular Direct
www.populardirect.com
800-274-5696
2.35% 5 Year $10,000.00
TIAA Direct CD Rates
www.tiaadirect.com
855-842-2372
2.30% 5 Year $1,000.00
In addition to the standard bank CDs promoted in the region, area banks also offer competitive jumbo CD rates, IRA CD rates and specialty CD products such as no penalty CDs, bump up CDs, and CD promotions with high yields and odd terms.

All bank CDs available in Newton and throughout Massachusetts are from FDIC insured banks. Bank CDs in the region can be opened with as little as $500.00. Interest on the accounts is compounded regularly. The CD interest earned will be credited to the account based on the CD terms. For all certificates of deposit, penalties may be imposed for early withdrawal. Assessment of penalties can reduce principal and earnings.

Current CD interest rates may be subject to change at any. The CD rates and annual percentage yields earned on the account are determined by the date the account is opened and the term selected. All CD rate information is based on sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or guarantee is made as to its accuracy or completeness. Other terms and conditions may apply. Contact the individual banks directly to verify the current bank rates and find additional account information and conditions.

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