What types of accounts does Chase offer?

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by liam , in category: Banking and Credit , 9 months ago

What types of accounts does Chase offer?

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by coty.bode , 9 months ago

@liam 

Chase bank offers a wide range of accounts to suit various banking needs. Some of the types of accounts offered by Chase include:

  1. Checking Accounts: Chase offers several checking account options, including Chase Total Checking, Chase Premier Plus Checking, Chase Sapphire Checking, and Chase High School Checking.
  2. Savings Accounts: Chase provides savings account options like Chase Savings, Chase Premier Savings, and Chase Plus Savings.
  3. Certificates of Deposit (CDs): Chase offers CDs with different terms and interest rates, allowing customers to earn interest on their savings for a fixed period.
  4. Credit Cards: Chase is known for its wide variety of credit card options, including cashback cards, travel rewards cards, and business cards.
  5. Business Banking: Chase offers various business banking accounts, including business checking and savings accounts, merchant services, business credit cards, and loans.
  6. Mortgage Loans: Chase provides different mortgage loan options to help customers finance their homes, such as fixed-rate mortgages, adjustable-rate mortgages, jumbo loans, FHA loans, and VA loans.
  7. Auto Loans: Chase offers auto loans to finance the purchase of new or used cars and offers flexible repayment terms.
  8. Personal Loans: Chase provides personal loans that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as debt consolidation or home improvements.
  9. Investment Accounts: Chase offers investment accounts, including brokerage accounts, retirement accounts (Individual Retirement Accounts - IRAs), and managed portfolios.
  10. Student Banking: Chase provides banking options tailored for students, including checking accounts with no monthly service fees and other student-specific benefits.


It is important to note that the availability of certain accounts may vary based on location and customer eligibility.