Huntington National Bank Review: Current Interest Rates and Savings and Checking Accounts

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Huntington National Bank is a prominent bank in the midwestern United States. It has 1,860 ATMs and nearly 1,000 branches operating in Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Huntington National Bank is a subsidiary of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated, which has $101 billion in assets.

Huntington National Bank was founded in 1866 in Columbus, Ohio, where it still operates to this day. In 2016, Huntington acquired FirstMerit Bank. This merger has helped Huntington grow immensely; the net income for Huntington’s second quarter of 2017 was $272 million. This is a 56 % increase (or $97 million) from the previous year’s second quarter.

Huntington has a lot of benefits designed to make banking easier for its customers. For example, Huntington Bill Pay is a free way to make payments on your mortgage, car, or other bills. Huntington also has a 24 Hour Grace overdraft relief feature, which gives customers more time to make a deposit in order to avoid overdraft fees. For those interested in the Huntington Voice Credit Card, Huntington allows you the choice between a card with three times the rewards points or with a 3% lower purchase APR.

In addition to fixed rate mortgages, adjustable rate mortgages, and VA loans, Huntington also has several specialty mortgages. These include jumbo loans, home loans made especially for physicians, and construction loans.

If you live in the midwestern US, consider if Huntington National Bank is right for you.

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