South Valley State Bank and Trust opened its doors in Klamath Falls, Oregon on January 12, 1977.  The bank has sixteen full service bank branches in Oregon.  South Valley Bank & Trust is chartered as a Federal Reserve Non-member.  The primary regulator is the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).  Bank branch offices are located in Klamath Falls, Medford, White City, Lakeview, La Pine, Gilchrist, Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Sisters.  The bank has assets of approximately $605,344,000.

The bank provides a full spectrum of personal banking products checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, money market accounts and personal loans.

South Valley State Bank and Trust offers guaranteed returns and secure CDs.  The banks CDs allow you to choose any term from 30 days to 5 years.  CD customer’s funds will earn a fixed interest rate based upon the tiered rate at the time of purchase.  CD account holders have the option to have the interest paid to the CD or are paid out monthly, quarterly or annually by check or deposited to another account.  All bank CDs will automatically renew while allowing a 10-day grace period after the maturity date for withdrawals, additions, or changes in term without a penalty.  The bank offers the following CD products:

A 32-89 day CD rate is 1.56% APY.
A 90-179 day CD that earns an interest rate of 1.82% APY.
A 180-364 day CD rate is 2.22% APY.
A 365 day CD with an interest rate of 2.53% APY.
An eighteen month CD rate is 2.63% APY.
A two year CD rate is 2.74% APY.
A three year CD earns an interest rate of 2.84% APY.
A five year CD rate is 2.94% APY.
And a six month variable rate CD that is set at the prime rate minus 3.70%, the rate is currently at 0.40% APY.

CD interest rates are subject to change.  Additional conditions may apply.  To contact the bank directly call 541-882-3281.  More bank product information as well as current interest rates can be found on the bank website which is located at

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