features

  • Competitive interest rates on reserve accounts
  • Traditional and remote lockbox solutions available
  • Easy payment options for residents and homeowners
  • Comprehensive treasury management services
  • Easy account opening process
  • Dedicated personalized service

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The Axos Difference

Born digital, Axos Bank has reinvented the banking model. As a 100% digital bank, we have lower overhead costs than traditional brick-and-mortars. This means smarter savings for you and more money to invest in your business.

Digital Means that You Earn More

An online banking model allows us to pass the cost savings to you in the form of better rates and reduced fees.

Dedicated personalized service

Knowledgeable relationship managers to help deliver a fully integrated, secure banking experience.

Custom Options to Fit Your Needs

Meet your needs with interest earning accounts, efficient tools to collect payments and manage financial accounts.

Resident Payment Solutions

Streamlined options for residents and homeowners

Comprehensive Treasury Management

Customizable based on your business needs

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CDARS

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Offset monthly charges with a competitive earnings credit. Our industry-specific treasury management services are tailored for your business needs.

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Association Money Market1 (0.80% APY*)

High interest yields mean more money for your business. Our competitive rates are designed specifically for associations and property management companies.1

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