Hamilton Bank CDs offer a great investment choice for consumers that are seeking a high interest rate with a principal investment that is guaranteed. The bank CD accounts provide customer with many investment choices so they can choose the one most suited to their needs.
Bank CD accounts are one of the easiest ways to get started on a savings or investment plan. With a simple investment, account holders at Hamilton Bank can enjoy guaranteed earnings across a variety of maturities. Bank customers can pick the maturity which best meets their needs and start earning more on their savings.
Interest earned on the Hamilton Bank CDs is compounded daily and credited monthly. The majority of the bank CDs require a minimum investment of $500.00 with the short term special step up CDs requiring a $5,000.00 minimum deposit.
The bank CDs have an automatic renewal feature with grace period of 7 days after the day of maturity on all certificate of deposit accounts.
Current Hamilton Bank CD rates include the following terms and interest rates:
The 3 month CD rate is 0.05%.
A 6 month CD rate is 0.10%.
The 12 month CD earns a rate of 0.15%.
An odd term, 15 month Step-Up CD earns a rate of 0.35% $5,000.00
The 18 month term CD rate is 0.25%. 24 month CDs yield 0.30%.
The 30 month CD has an interest 0.30%.
A 36 month Step-Up CD has an interest rate of 0.45%.
The 48 month CD rate is 0.60%.
60 month CDs yield 0.95%.
The bank CD rates are current as of May 11, 2013 and are subject to change at any time prior to opening the account. Additional terms and conditions may apply.
Hamilton Bank is a federally-chartered savings bank that has served the banking needs in Maryland since 1915. Hamilton Bank conducts business through five full service banking offices located in Baltimore, Cockeysville City, Towson and Pasadena, Maryland.
To obtain more information on the bank CD rates, a Hamilton Bank customer service representative can be reached by calling the bank at 1-877-254-4048. Additional resources to help consumers find the best CD rates in the region are available at Maryland CD rates.
The bank rate information presented is believed to be reliable, but may have changed since this publication date, the information is not guaranteed. Contact the bank directly for the most update and accurate information regarding the bank CD rates and the account terms and conditions.