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Below are 5 year CD Rates from banks that are located in Virginia. Five Year Certificates of Deposit (CD) are generally the longest term CD that most banks will offer. They tend to offer the highest rates but require the longest commitment. Five year CDs are especially popular in a declining interest rate environment as depositors can lock money in at the highest rate possible for the longest period of time. They are also popular with depositors who are willing to lock up money for five years in return for extra yield.
VA - September 27, 2016
5 Year CD National Average : 1.15% ?
|Old Dominion National Bank||2.00%||$500||-|
|First Virginia Community Bank||1.90%||$1,000||-|
|John Marshall Bank||1.87%||$500||-|
|River Community Bank, National Association||1.77%||$500||-|
|Peoples Community Bank||1.76%||$1,000||-|
|Armed Forces Bank, National Association||1.75%||$500||-|
|The Freedom Bank Of Virginia||1.75%||$50||-|
|First National Bank||1.56%||$500||-|
|Virginia Commonwealth Bank||1.56%||$500||-|
|Summit Community Bank, Inc||1.55%||$50,000||-|
|Access National Bank||1.55%||$10,000||-|
|Presidential Bank, Fsb||1.53%||$1,000||-|
|Manufacturers And Traders Trust Company||1.51%||$1||-|
|Virginia Community Bank||1.51%||$500||-|
|Summit Community Bank, Inc||1.50%||$10,000||-|
|First Century Bank, Inc.||1.46%||$500||-|
|Bank Of Lancaster||1.46%||$100,000||-|
|Martinsville First Savings Bank||1.46%||$500||-|
|Fulton Bank, National Association||1.45%||$1,000||-|
|Farmers & Merchants Bank||1.41%||$1,000||-|
|Bank Of Lancaster||1.41%||$1,000||-|
|The Capon Valley Bank||1.40%||$500||-|
|Citizens And Farmers Bank||1.40%||$500||-|
|Cornerstone Bank, National Association||1.36%||$500||-|
|The First Bank And Trust Company||1.35%||$500||-|
|Mvb Bank, Inc||1.35%||$50,000||-|
|New Peoples Bank, Inc.||1.35%||$500||-|
|Citizens Community Bank||1.35%||$1||-|
|First State Bank||1.31%||$500||-|
|Community Capital Bank Of Virginia||1.31%||$250||-|
|First Sentinel Bank||1.26%||$500||-|
|Bank Of The James||1.26%||$500||-|
|Highlands Community Bank||1.26%||$500||-|
|Bank Of Mckenney||1.25%||$500||-|
|Pendleton Community Bank, Inc.||1.25%||$500||-|
|The Middleburg Bank||1.25%||$500||-|
|The Old Point National Bank Of Phoebus||1.25%||$500||-|
|Frontier Community Bank||1.25%||$1,000||-|
|Metro City Bank||1.24%||$1,000||-|
|Bank Of Botetourt||1.21%||$500||-|
|Bank Of Hampton Roads||1.21%||$500||-|
|Grayson National Bank||1.20%||$500||-|
|Miners Exchange Bank||1.20%||$500||-|
|Carter Bank & Trust||1.20%||$100||-|
|Sandy Spring Bank||1.15%||$1,000||-|
|The Middleburg Bank||1.15%||$500||-|
|The Blue Grass Valley Bank||1.15%||$500||-|
|The Bank Of Charlotte County||1.15%||$500||-|
|Pnc Bank, National Association||1.10%||$10,000||-|
|City National Bank Of West Virginia||1.10%||$500||-|
|Community Bank Of The Chesapeake||1.10%||$500||-|
|Virginia Partners Bank||1.10%||$1,000||-|
|First And Citizens Bank||1.05%||$500||-|
|Farmers And Miners Bank||1.05%||$100,000||-|
|Mvb Bank, Inc||1.04%||$1,000||-|
|Farmers And Miners Bank||1.00%||$500||-|
|First Century Bank, Inc.||1.00%||$500||-|
|Grayson National Bank||1.00%||$1,000||-|
|The Bank Of Southside Virginia||1.00%||$1,000||-|
|City National Bank Of West Virginia||1.00%||$500||-|
|Bank Of Hampton Roads||1.00%||$500||-|
|Premier Bank, Inc.||1.00%||$500||-|
|Amg National Trust Bank||1.00%||$1,000||-|
|Oak View National Bank||1.00%||$1,000||-|
|Highlands Union Bank||0.95%||$500||-|
|Citizens Bank And Trust Company||0.90%||$1,000||-|
|Pnc Bank, National Association||0.90%||$100,000||-|
|The Farmers Bank Of Appomattox||0.90%||$1,000||-|
|Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Company||0.90%||$10,000||-|
|Benchmark Community Bank||0.90%||$500||-|
|Powell Valley National Bank||0.86%||$500||-|
|American National Bank And Trust Company||0.80%||$500||-|
|The Peoples Bank||0.80%||$1,000||-|
|Grundy National Bank||0.76%||$500||-|
|Virginia Bank And Trust Company||0.75%||$1,000||-|
|Woodforest National Bank||0.75%||$500||-|
|Premier Bank, Inc.||0.75%||$500||-|
|Td Bank, National Association||0.70%||$10,000||-|
|Bank Of North Carolina||0.70%||$100,000||-|
|Pnc Bank, National Association||0.65%||$10,000||-|
|Union Bank & Trust||0.65%||$1,000||-|
|First Community Bank||0.60%||$1,000||-|
|Capital One, National Association||0.60%||$1,000||-|
|Blue Ridge Bank||0.60%||$5,000||-|
|The National Bank Of Blacksburg||0.59%||$500||-|
|Manufacturers And Traders Trust Company||0.55%||$1,000||-|
|Bank Of North Carolina||0.55%||$10,000||-|
|The Fauquier Bank||0.50%||$500||-|
|Citibank, National Association||0.50%||$10,000||-|
|Branch Banking And Trust Company||0.50%||$10,000||-|
|The Fidelity Bank||0.40%||$10,000||-|
|Wells Fargo Bank, National Association||0.35%||$10,000||-|
|Southern Bank And Trust Company||0.35%||$10,000||-|
|The Bank Of Marion||0.25%||$500||-|
|Southern Bank And Trust Company||0.25%||$100,000||-|
|Bank Of America, National Association||0.15%||$10,000||-|
|Hometrust Bank, National Association||0.15%||$10,000||-|
|Hsbc Bank Usa, National Association||0.15%||$1,000||-|
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Five year CDs are the big kahuna of the CD world. While banks may offer six year, seven year, or even 10 year CDs, the five year is the most longest of the most common terms. Because they are the longest term, they also generally offer the highest rate of any CD term and the temptation for those looking for yield, is to open one, deposit money, and forget about it for five years. This could be a mistake. In low rate, or rising rate environments, a five year CD may not be a good investment.
Like every other CD term, five year CDs from FDIC insured banks are protected up to FDIC limits (generally $250,000 per account holder per bank). If your deposit is over the FDIC limit then you may not receive the uninsured money in case of a bank failure.
The principle threat to a a five year CD is inflation. If the CD is opened in a low rate environment, and rates and inflation subsequently rise, then inflation will erode the value of the certificate of deposit over its five years. For example, if a depositor opened a five year CD in year 1 with a yield of 2.05% APY and inflation at 1.5%, then the real return is .55 percentage points. But if inflation rises the next year to 2.5% and stays there for the next four years, then the CD in real terms is losing money every year: 2.05% - 2.5% = -.45%.
While it is impossible for anyone to predict too far into the future, savers should be cognizant of the economic environment before locking up money for a five year time-period. Our rate analysis page provides some insight into where we think rates will go.
On the other hand, if rates are falling and will continue to do so for some time due to an economic recession then it makes sense to lock in a higher rate with a five year CD. Savers who opened five year CDs in 2008 immediately after the financial crisis were able to lock in rates in the 6% range, a great move considering two years later a five year CD paid below 3%.
Five CDs currently pay about 70 percentage points more in interest than a one year CD. In general, CDs of this duration are best opened as part of a laddered CD portfolio or if the depositor thinks that rates will either stagnate or drop over the next couple of years.
Opening a five year CD in a branch is relatively easy and similar to every other CD term. Most banks require the customer be a resident of the United States and most branch-based banks ask that the account be opened in the bank. Funding can be performed by transferring money that is already located at that bank or by check or ACH transfer from another bank. The CD can be opened that day and the rate locked.
With longer term CDs, savers should make sure they put a record of the CD in a safe place and that if they move, they forward their new address to the bank. In cases where the bank cannot find the CD holder, the bank may hand the funds over to a state authority as a lost deposit, and it will require onerous paperwork to reclaim the money.
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