Our mission is simple: to deliver financial services that positively affect our member-owners' lives and improve their financial well-being. When you join Sharonview you become a member-owner of an organization where members truly do come first. Plus, you can extend membership privileges to immediate family (spouses, children, siblings, parents and grandparents) and persons living in the same household.

With no outside stockholders to pay, extra earnings are returned to our members in the form of consistently great rates, fewer fees, and a full range of financial services—from home equity loans to IRAs, all the way to investment planning.

Extraordinary Value 1

24/7 Account Access & Control

Personalized Service & Satisfaction

  • Auto Loans as low as 1.99% / 60 mos. APR
  • Certificates as high as 1.75% APY
  • 30yr Fixed-rate Mortgages as low as 4.250%
  • No-fee checking accounts
  • Just $5 to maintain membership
  • Fixed-rate credit cards
  • See all rates NOW

Our members with full relationships typically save over $500 annually vs. with our competitors

  • Free Online Banking
  • Free Online Bill Pay
  • Mobile Banking for your mobile device with iPhone and Android apps available2
  • Daily email or text message alerts
  • Magic One Automated Phone Teller

We're committed to providing you with ease and convenience you expect and deserve

  • Friendly, full-service call centers and branches for all your needs
  • No long lines or long hold times
  • Free Financial Counseling
  • 98% member satisfaction rating3
  • Ranked in the top 3% of Credit Unions nationally4

If you wouldn't recommend us to others, we've failed to fulfill our mission

1The Loan Rates shown are our best rates for qualified borrowers with automatic payments and specific terms. Other rates and terms may be available and/or offered to you based on qualifications or collateral used. Contact us for more information. Mortgage rates may include origination fees and points.
2Message and Data Rates May Apply
3Annual Member Satisfaction Survey
4Raddon Financial Group, Representative Credit Union Survey


What's the Difference Between a Credit Union and a Bank?

Credit Unions exist solely to serve their members (not customers) and their best interest. Compare the major differences that set us apart.

Credit Unions   Not-for-Profit  

Credit unions return earnings to members in the form of higher rates on savings, low-to-no fees and lower loan rates—banks exist to earn a profit for stockholders or bank holding companies.

Banks   For-Profit  
Credit Unions   Member Owned  

Each credit union member owns one "share" of the organization, which means each member is an equal owner. Credit unions pool their member savings to provide low-cost loans and low-fee services to members – whereas banks offer services and make decisions that maximize profit.

Banks Stockholder Owned
Credit Unions   Financial Cooperative  

Most credit unions work together in a cooperative network that gives members free access to over 30,000 ATMs. Whereas, banks mainly operate independently and customers must use their branches and ATMs or pay a fee.

Banks Corporate Business
Credit Unions Board of Directors

Credit unions are run by a volunteer board of directors, whose interest is in helping the organization best serve its members-not outside stockholders.

Banks   Board of Directors