10 Credit Unions Located in Birmingham

10 Credit Unions Located in Birmingham

by Frank Griffin

Unlike banks credit unions don’t have profit as their top-priority. They are owned by their members and known for being supportive of their surrounding communities.

If you’re interested in establishing an account or asking for a loan this list of credit unions in Birmingham will help.

Avadian Credit Union

3439 Colonnade Pkwy

205-967-2993

Avadian offers their account holders a fresh start with vehicle, home and business loan options.

 

Union State Bank

2200 Lakeshore Dr Ste 100

205-871-7684

Founded in 1903 Union State operates credit unions and believes banking should be a service.

 

Legacy Community Federal Credit Union

1920 4th Ave S

205-933-9933

Legacy Community has 8 branches in Metro Birmingham.

Jefferson Credit Union

716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N b300

205-444-4528

Since 1928 Jefferson Credit Union has been serving families in the Birmingham area.

Alabama Credit Union

351 24th St N

205-252-6569

Alabama Credit Union has two locations in Birmingham: the downtown Post Office and a Valleydale Office.

Birmingham General Employees Credit Union

708 17th St N

205-583-4654

Birmingham General is limited to employees of the City and their family members.

America’s First Federal Credit Union

1200 4th Ave N

205-320-4000

America’s First offers a full range of loan products and CheckFree Bill Pay.

Peoples Bank of Alabama

1800 International Park Drive

205-438-7160

Peoples Bank serves Birmingham and six other North Central counties.

Synovus Securities

800 Shades Creek Parkway

205-868-9111

Synovus is part of a large group that offers an array of financial services.

ANG Federal Credit Union

5401 East Lake Blvd

205-841-4525

It only takes $25 to join ANG Federal but accounts are reserved for members of the Military: active, retired and family.

Birmingham’s Credit Union Industry

The City of Birmingham offers a wide range of choices in credit unions. You can use this as leverage by comparing each of them and establishing a relationship with the one that suits you best.
Thanks for reading,
Frank